The Uprisers by Jeannine Vegh
A Hungarian Historical Fiction

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In The Uprisers, after eleven years of brutal communist leadership, a young girl and her brother join a grass roots campaign to end oppression in Hungary. The siblings are followed by thousands of other students, professors, and local workers, and what begins as a peaceful march ends in a brutal massacre. One will perish and the other will make it safely to America. In the U.S., the battle is not over, and our protagonist is put in the middle of yet one more fight to save the honor of the “Old Country.” Ten years later the hero returns home on a job assignment, immediately impacted by the communist regime and a detective of Russian heritage. The story ends as the Iron Curtain is lifted and the second generation feels the impact of its past. One of them becomes determined to share the family legacy.
 

About Jeannine Vegh

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Jeannine Végh, M.A., I.M.F.T. has her degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on Somatic Psychology from John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, California. She received an undergraduate degree in Liberal Arts and Psychology from Antioch University in Santa Barbara. She also has an undergraduate degree from The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles. Her work experience includes more than ten years as a social worker with Head Start and Children's Protective Services in California. Ms. Vegh currently resides in Ohio and has a private practice as an Independent Marriage and Family Therapist. You can learn more about her work by visiting her webpage at ladyjatbay.wordpress.com
 
Published April 9, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 248 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Travel.

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