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For fans of The Light After the War, a young woman haunted by a heartbreaking secret finds hope and forgiveness in a city shattered by war.

Young Meike Mosbach and her brother escape Berlin just before the horror of Kristallnacht, leaving their parents and little sister to follow them to America. But their family never arrives.

Haunted by their loss, Meike becomes Millie and graduates from college to work as a magazine journalist while David enlists in the army to work in intelligence. After the war, they both return to a shattered Berlin, hoping against hope to find their family.

Postwar Berlin is a wild west where drunken soldiers brawl, spies ply their trade and ‘werewolves’ – unrepentant Nazis – scheme to rise again. Consumed with rage at her former country, Millie’s job for the army rooting out Nazis from regaining a voice seems the perfect outlet. But her anger begins to thaw as she is faced with the daily reality of what the war has done to everyone, and the enigmatic Major Harry Sutton, who seems too eager to be fair to the Germans and far too perceptive about Millie.

In the rubble of postwar Berlin, Millie must come to terms with a devastating secret and find the courage to embrace love – and a new beginning.
Article Number:
178999
Author:
Elle Feldman
Brand Name:
Simon & Schuster Australia
ISBN:
9781761101847
Number of Pages:
368
Product Contains:
Paperback
Product Depth:
3.2 cm
Product Height:
23.4 cm
Product Weight:
0.35 kg
Product Width:
15.3 cm
Published:
15.09.2021
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster
Release Date:
Wed Sep 15 00:00:00 AEST 2021
Product details
For fans of The Light After the War, a young woman haunted by a heartbreaking secret finds hope and forgiveness in a city shattered by war.

Young Meike Mosbach and her brother escape Berlin just before the horror of Kristallnacht, leaving their parents and little sister to follow them to America. But their family never arrives.

Haunted by their loss, Meike becomes Millie and graduates from college to work as a magazine journalist while David enlists in the army to work in intelligence. After the war, they both return to a shattered Berlin, hoping against hope to find their family.

Postwar Berlin is a wild west where drunken soldiers brawl, spies ply their trade and ‘werewolves’ – unrepentant Nazis – scheme to rise again. Consumed with rage at her former country, Millie’s job for the army rooting out Nazis from regaining a voice seems the perfect outlet. But her anger begins to thaw as she is faced with the daily reality of what the war has done to everyone, and the enigmatic Major Harry Sutton, who seems too eager to be fair to the Germans and far too perceptive about Millie.

In the rubble of postwar Berlin, Millie must come to terms with a devastating secret and find the courage to embrace love – and a new beginning.
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Article Number:
178999
Author:
Elle Feldman
Brand Name:
Simon & Schuster Australia
ISBN:
9781761101847
Number of Pages:
368
Product Contains:
Paperback
Product Depth:
3.2 cm
Product Height:
23.4 cm
Product Weight:
0.35 kg
Product Width:
15.3 cm
Published:
15.09.2021
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster
Release Date:
Wed Sep 15 00:00:00 AEST 2021