I’m very grateful to author Eric Mondschein and BoomerCafé for featuring my novel, The Munich Girl, this week.
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This is also a story about outlasting that chaos and confusion of war and destruction by valuing, and believing in, the ultimate triumph of all of the good that we are willing to contribute to building together. Many Germans did this, though until recently, their stories have remained unknown.
The novel is also about the eventual homecoming we must all make to our truest self, and the role that others often mysteriously play in that process.
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