Reviews: THE GERMAN WOMAN by Paul Griner

The German Woman by Paul Griner was reviewed by a couple of WWII reading challenge participants.  Here are their thoughts; click the links for the complete reviews.

Wisteria from Bookworm’s Dinner says:

Paul Griner shows a natural talent of subterfuge as he carefully creates a complex mask of mirrors causing a magicians allusion for the audience to solve. There are passages of beautiful lyrical poetic prose that could fit a musical score.

Lorri from Jew Wishes says:

The book, for me, was not a page-turner (but that isn’t necessarily a negative thing). It is historic in content, yet there was something about the story that left me a bit unsatisfied. I can’t define why, it is what it is. Which is not to say I didn’t like the book. Overall I did like The German Woman, but I wasn’t completely thrilled with this book of espionage and romance. It didn’t entirely intrigue me.

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