Hannah’s War (by Jan Eliasberg) … more fiction that fact

This is a little different story based on WWII.  While touted as historical fiction, it’s a little more fiction that fact.  But it is still an interesting read.  You will be taken two timelines as you explore Hannah’s time in Germany and the difficulties the Jewish people experienced before and during WWII.  You’ll also learn about Hannah’s story in present day as she is investigated and is attempting to keep her secrets hidden.

This is should really be considered a spy thriller and I enjoyed the presentation of a woman in science and the difficulties she experienced during a time when female scientists were not given the respect they deserved.

Thank you to NetGalley and Back Bay Books for my advanced review copy.  All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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