Hunt for the truth

Melanie Phillips’s latest novel showcases a British Jew on a physical and spiritual journey.

August 29, 2018 21:11
3 minute read.
AN ANCIENT manuscript sends Russell Woolfe on a surprising journey

AN ANCIENT manuscript sends Russell Woolfe on a surprising journey. (photo credit: TATYANA MAKEYEVA/ REUTERS)


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Is it possible to change your entire life? The Legacy, British journalist and Jerusalem Post columnist Melanie Phillips’s latest novel, answers that question with a resounding affirmative.

The captivating and well-crafted story of a middle-aged British television producer’s reconciliation with his past and with his Jewish identity, The Legacy is a thoroughly enjoyable novel from a talented writer.


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