The Vienna Writers Circle: A compelling story of love, heartbreak and survival
'One of the best books I have read' Reviewer *****
'A compelling story of bravery, love and survival' Reviewer *****
'The twists and turns will keep you engrossed all the way through' Reviewer *****
'Powerful and truly moving' Reviewer *****
THE NEXT WORDS HE WRITES COULD BE HIS LAST . . .
Austria, 1938: The Vienna Writers Circle meets at Café Mozart to share hopeful stories during a hopeless time.
But when the Nazis take over, everything changes. With their Jewish families' now under threat, the writers hide using false identities, their stories becoming their only salvation.
Then a local policeman begins a dangerous mission to help them. But he faces conflicts of his own: having declared his love for a beautiful Romani-gypsy girl, Deya Reynes, he fears that she too will be sent to her death.
When all they have left is courage, will they survive?
'Darkly compelling, evoking the constant dread of life in wartime Austria' Fiona Valpy, The Dressmaker's Gift
'Enticing, terrifying and heart-breaking' Mandy Robotham, The Resistance Girl
'A gripping, intriguing and moving read' Anna Stuart, The Midwife of Auschwitz
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