Caleb 从 3375 Annastift, 奥地利
I totally forgot to post on this book when I finished it! Probably because it was borrowed, and therefore did not have to be returned to the library. It's actually two of what should have been three novels written during and about the Nazi occupation of France. Good-- very modern. She stamped her foot angrily, wild with rage. Again that stupid slander! The Germans did invite them both to one of their hunts last winter, it was true. They had declined, but they couldn't refuse to attend the dinner in the evening. Whether they liked it or not, they had to follow the government's orders. And besides, these German officers were cultured men, after all! What separates or unites people is not their language, their laws, their customs, their principles, but they way they hold their knife and fork.
Set in the Pacific Northwest, this book was an excellent murder mystery as well as a romance. In addition I learned some great dog training strategies. Fiona is a search and rescue dog trainer living on one of the many small islands off of Seattle. She was also a target of a serial killer, but she escaped. However, during the capture of her killer someone she loves is killed. Now she is faced with falling in love again, which might just be scarier than the serial killer who is back to get her. But how? He is in jail? Could it be a copy cat, or something orchestrated by him from behind bars? This book kept me on the edge of my seat throughout. One of those books I couldn't put down.