by Lauren Fogle Boyd
In the suffocating atmosphere of the Third Reich, art becomes a political issue. When the renowned modern artist Dietrich Junger is condemned by Hitler, his daughter Anke finds herself abandoned by the two men she loved most. One is dead; one has fled. “Boyd has written a novel of impressive depth and human warmth.” —Heidi Gearhart, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Art History, Assumption College.