Tamar Yellin

Tamar Yellin received the Pusey and Ellerton Prize for Biblical Hebrew from Oxford University, and has worked as a teacher and lecturer in Judaism.  Her first novel, The Genizah at the House of Shepher, was awarded the 2007 Sami Rohr Prize for Literature from the Jewish Book Council, the Ribalow Prize from Hadassah Magazine and was short-listed for the Wingate Prize from Jewish Quarterly. She lives in Yorkshire, England.


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Tales of the Ten Lost Tribes

Tamar Yellin
St. Martin's Griffin

Deeply melancholy with a streak of dark humor, award-winning author Tamar Yellin presents this haunting collection of linked stories that examine the heart of...


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The Genizah at the House of Shepher

Tamar Yellin
St. Martin's Griffin

Winner of the 2007 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature (Jewish Book Council) Winner of the 2006 Ribalow Prize (Hadassah Magazine), Shortlisted for the...


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