On a summer day in 1945, Louisa Gordon receives a telegram from the International Red Cross Tracing Service. Her young cousin, Elisabeth, has just been released from Dachau, a concentration camp, and Louisa is her only remaining relative.
Determined to go to war-torn Germany to retrieve her cousin, Louisa is also on a mission to discover the whereabouts of Friedrich Mueller, a Nazi sympathizer who fled Copper Springs, Arizona. What Louisa never expected was to meet the man she had once loved. And now hated.
©2007 Suzanne Fisher Woods (P)2016 Vinspire Publishing, LLC
Fisher yes, Nicholas no.
Sounds like a robot or Ben Stein, horrible at accents except once in a while when pronouncing someone's name, but sometimes says "Eleezabeth" and sometimes says "Elizabeth" so even that is not consistent.
Extreme annoyance at the narrator. I started skipping ahead in chapter 4 and eventually just skipped to the last chapter.
Also wondered about the storyline re: Louisa being pregnant at the end of book 1, but no mention of it at all in the first 4 chapters of Book 2. After that I started skipping around so I might have missed it, but if 2 years had gone by since the end of book 1, surely it would have been mentioned that there was a new toddler in the home, Williams younger brother/sister, but no, nothing was said about it at all, not even miscarriage, just nothing.
Overall extremely disappointed and wish I could return it and get my wasted credit back.
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