But when she strikes up an unlikely friendship with Josef Weber, a quiet man old enough to be her grandfather, and respected pillar of the community, she feels that finally, she may have found someone she can open up to.
Until Josef tells her the evil secret he’s kept for sixty years.
Caught between Josef’s search for redemption and her shattered illusions, Sage turns to her family history and her own life for answers. As she uncovers the truth from the darkest horrors of war, she must follow a twisting trail between betrayal and forgiveness, love and revenge. And ask herself the most difficult question she has ever faced – can murder ever be justice? Or mercy?
Really not what I expected but a real page turner and a nice little twist at the end…
Loved this book maybe one of my best so far!
I also really enjoyed this – I had no idea what it was about, just chose it because of all of the good reviews about it on here! I don’t usually like reading WW2 stories, but this had me hooked…