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Esther: The Peasant Girl Who Saved a Nation

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Romance…intrigue…murderous plots…Esther’s story has been the stuff of legends for more than two millennia. She was a Jewish orphan girl plucked from obscurity to become Queen of Persia-known today as Iran. When she learned of a maniacal conspiracy to destroy the Jews, she put her own life on the line to save her people. Thus, Esther became a heroine for all time. How did Esther come to the throne at just the right time? The amazing answer awaits you. Now her story is brought to life through Eleanor Liggens’ historical novel. About the author: Eleanor Liggens graduated from Northeast Louisiana University with a major in elementary education. She served in the Army for several years, reaching the rank of captain, and now works at the Washington Navy Yard as a budget analyst for the Navy. Eleanor and her two children, Danielle and James, live near Washington, D.C.
About the Author

Eleanor Liggens grew up in rural Louisiana watching her father work in the cotton gin long, hard hours and decided upon a different life. Eleanor is a graduate of Northeast Louisiana University in elementary education through an officer ROTC program. She served in the Army for several years and after reaching the rank of captain, she now works at the Washington Navy Yard as a budget analyst for the Navy. She and her husband and their two children live in the Washington area.

Product Details

Publisher: ‎Creation House (December 11, 2002)
Language: ‎English
Paperback: ‎192 pages
ISBN-10:‎ 0884199630
ISBN-13: ‎978-0884199632
Item Weight: ‎9.6 ounces
Dimensions: 5.62 x 0.56 x 8.46 inches