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By Fredrik Nath
Published by Fingerpress on 2013-03-28
When the Germans occupy Paris, Raoul’s fairly comfortable life becomes rocky. Natalie, a demi-sous chef in his kitchen and the the secret object of his affection, is Jewish. She and others of the staff ...
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All in all, it's a great read. I studied Nazi Germany at university and I think you'd be hard pressed to find a novel that portrays life in Paris under the Nazis quite so vividly.
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