Review: TRANSGRESSION by James Nichol

Lorri from Jew Wishes reviewed Transgression:  A Novel of Love and War by James Nichol, and here’s a little of what she had to say:

The dangers of love affairs that cross the lines of political affiliation are explored in depth in this dramatic novel 1941, as Adele Georges tries to find her father who has been captured by the Nazis. While in the process of doing so, she meets a German soldier named Manfred who befriends her, tries to be helpful, and herein begins a romance that dooms her in the eyes of both sides fighting the war.

She adds, “Nichols’ writing is beautiful, yet gruesome at times, but each ugly act is pertinent to the story line, and not written for shock value.”

Check out the full review here.

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