Those Who Save Us

By Jenna Blum

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Anna, born in Germany, has been tight-lipped for fifty years regarding her personal experience during WWII. When her daughter, Trudy, was three years old, an American soldier brought them both to Minnesota.

Trudy, a professor of German history, doesn’t know anything about her mother’s haunting past – including the identity of her own biological father. Oh, and then there’s that photograph of the two of them with the Obersturmführer of Buchenwald, a Nazi officer…

Perfect for:

  • Readers of multi-perspective, Holocaust fiction.
  • A page-turner about deep-seeded family secrets.
  • Insight into the inter-generational effects of trauma.
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