Tag Archives: Germany

Wandering Exiles

I began reading The German Girl by Armando Lucas Correa on the anniversary of The Night of the Broken Glass.  It was coincidental, not purposeful. I finished the novel on Armistice Day. The timing was perfect and the book quite … Continue reading

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Dawning

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr is one of the best books I have read this year. I was so impressed with this novel that I am planning to look into Doerr’s previous award-winning stories. This powerful story … Continue reading

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Couture Collabos

In Sleeping with the Enemy: Coco Chanel’s Secret War, author Hal Vaughan presents a fascinating look into the wartime activities of Coco Chanel.  This novel served as timely, interesting reading during the Memorial Day Weekend when we honor Americans who died in … Continue reading

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Demons and Fear

Ursula Hegi is one of my favorite authors.  When I read she had a new book, I hurried to put my name on the waiting list for it at our library. Children and Fire is told in the voice of … Continue reading

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