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The Sixth Lamentation by William Brodrick
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Nov 13, 2011

it was amazing
Read in November, 2011

Engrossing story of an alleged Nazi war criminal who seeks sanctuary in an English monastery, which sets off a chain of events that leads back to the days of the Nazi occupation of Paris and a group of young students who smuggled Jewish children to safety. Grounded in the historical facts of the German occupation of France during WWII, this is a tale about family, loyalties, betrayal and how very little is as it really seems. Highly recommended.

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