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Where Will the Atheists Pray? Life and Laughter in Israel by William Finn

Where Will the Atheists Pray? Life and Laughter in Israel

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Where Will the Atheists Pray? Life and Laughter in Israel by William Finn

Bill Finn and his wife, Linda, spent six years living in Israel before returning to the U.S. with suitcases full of adventures that make up the tapestry of life in that ancient land. The book is cohesive, insightful and timely, and all his many experiences, told with a wonderful sense of humour.

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Publication date

1st June 2005


William Finn

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Ruder Finn Press


176 pages


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