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  • The German Heiress is the kind of novel we need now more than ever. Set in Germany, eighteen months after the war, reckonings of every sort are playing out and Anika Scott deftly builds a world in which all the shades of gray - Nazi collaboration and complicity among civilians - are brought to life. The German Heiress achieves what the best historical fiction can, asking us to see the past, and then pushing us to see ourselves in that past, demanding: Who would you have been then? What would you have done? Unflinching and absorbing, The German Heiress does not let you look away.

    Sarah Blake, New York Times bestselling author of THE POSTMISTRESS
  • Fans of The Tattooist of Auschwitz will be fascinated by Scott's portrayal of post-war Germany.

    Woman
  • [An] extraordinary novel.

    Woman & Home
  • [A] thought-provoking and meticulously researched tale of redemption that transports readers to post-war Germany.

    CultureFly
  • Meticulously researched and plotted like a noir thriller, The German Heiress tells a different story of WWII - of characters grappling with their own guilt and driven by the question of what they could have done to change the past.

    Jessica Shattuck, New York Times bestselling author of THE WOMEN OF THE CASTLE

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