Margaret's Print Shop: A Novel of the Anabaptist Reformation

Book, 2005, 328 pp
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A third-generation printer, Margaret runs a small print shop in Strasbourg, Germany, where she willingly prints literature for the emerging Lutheran and Anabaptist reform movements. When Balthasar Beck, a fellow printer, comes to town in the spring of 1525, he and Margaret quickly become friends and fall in love. Meanwhile, they cross paths with Conrad Grebel, George Blaurock, Michael Sattler, and other Anabaptist founders.
GenreFiction, History
AudienceAdults, Youth
PublisherHerald Press

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