The Girl in Berlin (by Ronald Balson) … strength and resilience from the past and present

I fell in love with Ronald Balson’s writing with his first book, Once We Were Brothers. Since then I have read every book and they do not disappoint. The fifth book in the Liam and Catherine series has the story moving back and forth from 2017 to WWII and Ada’s history. While you are thrown into a difficult situation with Gabi who has land with a winery in Italy, you also get to read about Ada’s struggles during the time of Nazi occupation. And her strength and resilience is absolutely amazing. You have to read the story to appreciate Ada.

Liam and Catherine are a couple who work well together to help people who need their skills…legal and private investigation. And their efforts reward you with twists and turns, background history, and a sense of compassion.

Thank you to NetGalley and the author, Ronald Balson, for an ARC in exchange for my honest review. I can’t wait for a 6th book in this series.

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