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Some Girls, Some Hats and Hitler

Blurb: The astonishing true journey of Trudi Kanter, an Austrian Jew, whose courage, resourcefulness, and perseverance kept both her and her beloved safe during the Nazi invasion is a rediscovered masterpiece.In London, in 1984, Trudi Kanter’s remarkable memoir was published by N. Spearman. Largely unread, it went out of print until it was re-discovered by a […]

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The Viscount’s Christmas Temptation

Summary: Lady Amelia Pembroke has been managing her household ever since her father died and her younger brother became the duke. She is well-prepared and manages all problems with consummate ease. Amelia is 30 years old and is worried that her brother depends too much on her and is putting off seeking a bride. So […]

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The Other Girl

I’ve never read any of Pam Jenoff’s books before. So ‘The Other Girl’ came as a pleasant surprise. It is about an incident in Maria’s life. She is a young, newly pregnant woman living in rural Poland during WWII. She is estranged from her parents and is living with her in-laws after her husband is […]