The Girl From Berlin by Ronald H Balson

Available October 9: The Girl From Berlin by Ronald H Balson

**** 5 stars, Loved it: The Girl From Berlin is outstanding: From unspeakable tragedy to amazing human strength, and exactly what you’d want in historic fiction.

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Recommended readers:

  • If you like novels with WWII history and drama
  • If you want an action-packed, historical read
  • If you like strong female characters

Here’s my Rankings:

  • 5/5 for characters
  • 5/5 for plot
  • 5/5 overall

REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER:

Catherine and Liam, Chicago based attorney and private investigator, are asked to help fight for an old friend’s aunt, who’s villa and land in Tuscany is being taken from her over a title dispute. The duo travel to Tuscany, but their research takes them all the way back to Berlin, Germany, where the story begins.

A dual plot-line novel, The Girl From Berlin sweeps several generations and all the way back to Jewish Ada Baumgarten, who grows up in Berlin as Hilter’s party gains power and increasingly challenges her family livelihood and civil rights. The Girl From Berlin is overwhelming – from unspeakable tragedy to amazing human strength, and exactly what you’d want in historic fiction.

Available October 9: The Girl From Berlin by Ronald H Balson

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