Thanks to all who participated, and to winners Nancy Vincent Zinke and Kathy Gilman.
“I’d like to buy a copy for all my book-loving friends, but I think that might turn into hundreds of books. So I’m officially recommending it here and now. I love this book. It reminds me of why I fell in love with books and reading in the first place. It’s practically perfect. Thank you, Phyllis Edgerly Ring.”
And thank you, Nancy, for these words, and our glimpse into the The Munich Girl‘s visit to your cozy kitchen.
Reader Kathy Gilman, an intrepid hiker, sent a view from the part of the world my British mother came from. Thanks, too, Kathy, for these thoughts about the story:
“These themes run through The Munich Girl, a book about women and their relationships with men, family, and themselves.