Girl in the Ashes by Douglas Weissman

Girl in the Ashes by Douglas Weissman

GIRL IN THE ASHES takes the reader deeper into the morally gray area of doing the wrong thing for the right reasons. Caught in the now dark City of Lights, with survival a daily challenge. GIRL IN THE ASHES is a Trojan horse into Holocaust education, that seeks to reveal a different view of the atrocities of the occupation through a new lens that allows more and new people into the conversation.

France has fallen to the Nazis and as people flee, Odette Lefebvre uses the chaos to kill men she finds deserving. After succumbing to the sinister charms of the new German doctor running the hospital, Odette must keep her head down to avoid unwanted attention or risk exposing her murderous secret and endangering those she loves. But the secrets of those close to her could unknowingly mean her death.

Be prepared for a moving, aggressive wartime drama that will remind you how strong women are and the lengths some might go to protect one another and exact revenge. Girl in the Ashes by Douglas Weissman comes very highly recommended by Artisan Book Reviews.

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