May 22, 2011. 2:00 p.m.
On Sunday, May 22, 2011, at 2:00 p.m., Ellen Brazer will present a review at the Jewish Museum of Florida of her book, “Clouds Across the Sun.”
Before the end of WWII, Hitler charged a group of his most trusted and brilliant comrades with a mission-educate your progeny and then elevate them to positions of power throughout the world. Steeped in fact and impeccably researched, “Clouds Across the Sun” is the story of just one of these children.
From Naples, Florida to New York City, Washington D.C. and Israel and then to the killing grounds of Vilnius, Poland (Lithuania), this story is one of great romance, discovery, redemption and enlightenment as Jotto Wells discovers her Jewish soul and unravels the intrigue surrounding a plan to take over the government of the United States.
Ellen Brazer is an award-winning author. Her first book, “Hearts of Fire,” won Hadassah’s prestigious Myrtle Wreathe Award, previously won by Maya Angelou. Ellen is currently on tour with her book, “Clouds Across the Sun,” and, by the end of this summer, she will have spoken to over five thousand people at fifty venues throughout the country. Two of Ellen’s short stories were printed in the Carnegie Mellon Anthology. She is currently finishing her third book, “And So It Was Written.” Brazer lives in South Beach, where she is very active in community affairs. With her husband, Mel, they have a combined family of six children and 12 grandchildren.
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