A Good NAZI?
Growing up in 1930s Germany two boys, one Catholic and one Jewish, become close friends. After Hitler seizes power, their lives are forever changed. When World War 2 comes, will they help each other during their darkest hours, or will secrets from their teenage years make them enemies?
From the idyllic surroundings of the Bavarian Alps to the vastness of Russia and the beauty of Lake Maggiore in Italy, a story of families torn apart by war and its aftermath, but also a novel about the resilience of the human spirit and love, by the author of Betrayal in Venice.
Fans of novels such as White Rose Black Forest, From Sand and Ash and Beneath a Scarlet Sky should enjoy this.
"Loved it. A very thought provoking and emotional read"
"Great Premise, Good Story - Is being fooled by your surroundings or the popular belief systems that you are stuck with a crime? A Good Nazi? investigates this question through the lens of history, mainly during the World War II Germany and Russia and sometime after that..."
“Great narrative that is a monument to real friendship as well of a very good documented WWII conflict.”
“An excellent read. I felt as if I was right there. A difficult book to put down.”