Review: SHADOWS WALKING by Douglas R. Skopp

Liz recently read and reviewed Shadows Walking by Douglas R. Skopp for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s an excerpt:

Shadows Walking address the issue of how people who perceive themselves as doing good can become entwined with evil. The main characters in Shadows Walking are two doctors, whose career choice is influenced by their respective traumas in WWI and whose paths diverge as they pass from student days into the Nazi era.

Read the full review.

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