City of Women
David R. Gillham
A steamy page-turner about a seemingly perfect Nazi soldier’s wife and her clandestine life.
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It is 1943, the height of the Second World War, and Berlin has become a city of women. With her husband serving on the Eastern Front, Sigrid Schroeder is, for all intents and purposes, the model soldier’s wife. But behind this façade is an entirely different Sigrid, a Sigrid who dreams of her former Jewish lover, who is now lost in the chaos of the war.
Sigrid's tedious existence is turned upside down when she finds herself hiding a mother and her two young daughters—who she believes might be her lover’s family—and she must make choices that could cost her everything.
About The Author:
|David R. Gillham was trained as a writer at the University of Southern California, where he moved from screenwriting into fiction. After relocating to New York City, he spent more than a decade in the book business, and now lives with his family in western Massachusetts.|