I'll Be Seeing You

11 July 2019 | By Suzanne Hayes | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

I ll Be Seeing You is a deeply moving union of style and charm Filled with unforgettable characters and grace, it is a timeless celebration of friendship and the strength and solidarity of women n n I hope this letter gets to you quickly We are always waiting, aren t we Perhaps the greatest gift t

The Orphan's Tale

22 August 2019 | By Pam Jenoff | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

Alternate cover edition for ASIN B01HB9Q7CW n nA powerful novel of friendship set in a traveling circus during World War II, The Orphan s Tale introduces two extraordinary women and their harrowing stories of sacrifice and survival n nSixteen year old Noa has been cast out in disgrace after becoming pr

The Postmistress

01 September 2017 | By Sarah Blake | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

CDs, 9 CDs, 11 hours n nWhat would happen if someone did the unthinkable and didn t deliver a letter Filled with stunning parallels to today, The Postmistress is a sweeping novel about the loss of innocence of two extraordinary women and of two countries torn apart by war.

Karolina's Twins (Liam Taggart & Catherine Lockhart, #3)

18 February 2017 | By Ronald H. Balson | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

From the author of Once We Were Brothers comes a saga inspired by true events of a Holocaust survivor s quest to fulfill a promise, return to Poland and find two sisters lost during World War II n nLena Woodward, an elderly woman, enlists the help of both lawyer Catherine Lockhart and private investi

City of Women

24 October 2018 | By David R. Gillham | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

It is 1943 the height of the Second World War and Berlin has essentially become a city of women In this page turning novel, David Gillham explores what happens to ordinary people thrust into extraordinary times, and how the choices they make can be the difference between life and death n nIt is

Eva's Cousin

23 April 2017 | By Sibylle Knauss | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

Berchtesgaden, Germany, is a beautiful place, set among the gentle meadow clad hills rising to the sheer heights of bare Alpine peaks It is here where an elderly woman arrives and recollects her past and her peripheral role in a chapter of world history She walks along a beaten path, which has com

The Baker's Daughter

06 October 2019 | By Sarah McCoy | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

A routine interview between a reporter and an elderly baker brings out memories of darker times her life in Germany during that last bleak year of WWII As their lives become intertwined, all are forced to confront the uncomfortable truths of the past and seek out the courage to forgive n nIn 1

Winter of the World (The Century Trilogy #2)

01 November 2017 | By Ken Follett | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

Winter of the World picks up right where the first book left off, as its five interrelated families American, German, Russian, English, Welsh enter a time of enormous social, political, and economic turmoil, beginning with the rise of the Third Reich, through the Spanish Civil War and the great dram

The Nightingale

10 May 2019 | By Kristin Hannah | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

In love we find out who we want to be nIn war we find out who we are n nFRANCE, 1939 n nIn the quiet village of Carriveau, Vianne Mauriac says goodbye to her husband, Antoine, as he heads for the Front She doesn t believe that the Nazis will invade France but invade they do, in droves of marching sold


10 May 2017 | By Maria Hummel | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

Motherland is inspired by stories from the author s father and his German childhood, and letters between her grandparents that were hidden in an attic wall for fifty years It is the author s attempt to reckon with the paradox of her father a product of her grandparents fiercely protective love an

The Secret Holocaust Diaries: The Untold Story of Nonna Bannister

12 July 2019 | By Nonna Bannister | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

Nonna Bannister carried a secret almost to her Tennessee grave the diaries she kept as a young girl experiencing the horrors of the Holocaust while learning compassion and love for her fellow human beings Nonna s writings tell the remarkable tale of how a Russian girl, born into a family that had

The Paris Architect

14 November 2019 | By Charles Belfoure | Filed in: wwii-related-fiction.

Like most gentiles in Nazi occupied Paris, architect Lucien Bernard has little empathy for the Jews So when a wealthy industrialist offers him a large sum of money to devise secret hiding places for Jews, Lucien struggles with the choice of risking his life for a cause he doesn t really believe in.