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His Majesty's Hope (Maggie Hope Mystery, #3) His Majesty's Hope by Susan Elia MacNeal
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“Pull yourself together. You can have a nice big breakdown after you get back to London.…”
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“The Aryans—athletic like Goebbels, slim like Göring, and blond like Hitler.” Maggie”
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“Patience attains all that it strives for. He who has God finds he lacks nothing. God alone suffices.”
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“They’re Jews, Maggie realized. She had heard about the deportations of Berlin’s Jews to ghettos and work camps, of course. Still, that was nothing, absolutely nothing, compared to seeing it for herself. Another”
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“The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity.”
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“To forget the dead would be akin to killing them
a second time.
—Elie Wiesel, Night”
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“I am a Jew who fornicated with an Aryan woman. I deserve to die.”
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“I am a Jew who fornicated with an Aryan woman. I deserve to die. In front of the soldiers, a woman was on her knees, weeping, wearing only her underwear. One of the men was cutting off her long golden braids with a straight razor, leaving her almost bald.”
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“Goethe’s Faust, Ignatius of Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s The Cost of Discipleship”
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“Gottlieb pulled away from her. “God may have drawn back from the world, to give us free will. The problem of evil may be helpful, perhaps even necessary, for our spiritual development. Just as Christ’s Crucifixion was necessary for His resurrection.” His face was bleak. “I”
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“a priest. Since Kristallnacht, he prayed publicly for the Jews every day at evening prayer, and was under constant surveillance by the SS.”
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