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A Woman of War

Narrated by: Julia Winwood
Length: 10 hrs and 1 min
Categories: Fiction, Historical
4.5 out of 5 stars (90 ratings)

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Summary

For fans of The Tattooist of Auschwitz and Kate Furnivall comes a gritty tale of courage, betrayal and love in the most unlikely of places.

Germany, 1944. Taken from the camps to serve the Fuhrer himself, Anke Hoff has been assigned as midwife to one of Hitler’s inner circle. If she refuses, her family will die.

Torn between her duty as a caregiver and her hatred for the regime she’s now a part of, Anke is quickly swept into a life unlike anything she’s ever known - and she discovers that many of those at the Berghof are just as trapped as she is. Soon, she’s falling for a man who will make her world more complicated still.

Before long, the couple is faced with an impossible choice - for which the consequences could be deadly. Can their forbidden love survive the horrors of war - and, more importantly, will they?

©2018 Mandy Robotham (P)2018 HarperCollins Publishers

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It showed a the other country s people what happen

I loved it as it showed what happened to the German people who were against the war which I knew nothing about

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A woman of war

Excellent read. Could not put it down! You get a real sense of the hardship these pregnant women must of experienced during the horrific time of world war 2

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a woman of war

Really enjoyed this book, well thought out. Believable storyline. Emotional and in some places edged

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Fact and Fiction, Fantastic

What a brilliant book based on fact and fiction. I was left thinking, what if..........

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It was an easy read

Well narrated and definitely had something The medical facts where definitely written with sound midwifery knowledge the story was a bit lame.

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not great

thin plot. grating reader. over concerned with detail of midwifery. I felt this an a bit amateur , not sure of research on conditions in camps