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The German Heiress For Readers Of The Alice Network And The Lost Girls Of Paris, An Immersive, Heart Pounding Debut About A German Heiress On The Run In Post World War II GermanyClara Falkenberg, Once Germany S Most Eligible And Lauded Heiress, Earned The Nickname The Iron Fr Ulein During World War II For Her Role Operating Her Family S Ironworks Empire It S Been Nearly Two Years Since The War Ended And She S Left With Nothing But A False Identification Card And A Series Of Burning Questions About Her Family S Past With Nowhere Else To Run To, She Decides To Return Home And Take Refuge With Her Dear Friend, ElisaNarrowly Escaping A Near Disastrous Interrogation By A British Officer Who S Hell Bent On Arresting Her For War Crimes, She Arrives Home To Discover The City In Ruins, And Elisa Missing As Clara Begins Tracking Down Elisa, She Encounters Jakob, A Charismatic Young Man Working On The Black Market, Who, For His Own Reasons, Is Also Searching For Elisa Clara And Jakob Soon Discover How They Might Help Each Other If Only They Can Stay Ahead Of The Officer Determined To Make Clara Answer For Her Actions During The WarPropulsive, Meticulously Researched, And Action Fueled, The German Heiress Is A Mesmerizing Page Turner That Questions The Meaning Of Justice And Morality, Deftly Shining The Spotlight On The Often Overlooked Perspective Of Germans Who Were Caught In The Crossfire Of The Nazi Regime And Had Nowhere To Turn

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10 thoughts on “The German Heiress

  1. says:

    Anika Scott writes a post WW2 piece of intriguing historical fiction from the unusual perspective of the defeated and humiliated Germans, now living under Allied occupation of the victorious forces Germany is a ruined and devastated nation, with ordinary people facing poverty and starvation, whilst having to come to terms with their part in and complicity with the horrors and terrors of their recent pas

  2. says:

    Thank you to NetGalley and HarperCollins Publishers for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review.These days I m usually not tempted by World War II era historical fiction It s a crowded subgenre and most of it is historical romance not my cup of tea However, The German Heiress intrigued me because, as the name implies, it presents a German perspective, which is uncommon.Despite its

  3. says:

    I won an ARC through Goodreads, and I could not have been ecstatic I ve always been obsessed with World War II historical fiction This one had a German view.This had all of my emotions in overdrive I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and couldn t wait until I could get back to reading it.

  4. says:

    1946 Post War, Essen.Clara Falkenburg is living under an assumed name She is being hunted down for was crimes by Captain Fenshaw Clara decides to look for her best friend, Elsia after returning home to find her city destroyed and Elisa and her young son missing Clara s father is in prison waiting trial for war crimes Thenstory touches slightly on her family and there is a shocking secret revealed This story revolves around Clara s search for her friend, Elsia and her son Clara is also trying to elude capture and imprisonment The story is well written I liked Clara ut I also found her frustrating It s also pretty dark in places This book is different to most post war stories that I ve read.I would like to thank NetGalley, Random House UK, Cornerstone and the author Anita Scott for my ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  5. says:

    i have loved this book so much i was tensed while reading it anticipating the end.great historical novel set from a different point of view german side and their role and choice during the second world war strongly recommend it

  6. says:

    The German Heiress by Anika Scott is a gripping post WWII historical fiction centered in Germany 1946 While the country lay in ruins and chaos, many were trying to create a sense of order and justice against the mayhem This book centers around 31 year old Clara Falkenberg, the only daughter of an aristocratic and wealthy family that rose to high ranks through industrialism, slave labor, and important connections

  7. says:

    FULL REVIEW ON APRIL 8.Living two lives one during the war and one after.Could she hide her identity forever THE GERMAN HEIRESS has family secrets and is very well written and researched The descriptions are detailed and vivid.The story line is captivating with authentic characters.Historical fiction fans will be extremely pleased with THE GERMAN HEIRESS 4 5This book was given to me by the publisher via Edelweiss i

  8. says:

    Finding Clara by Anika ScottFor those that love historical fiction, this was an unique and gripping plot that sees a German woman s perspective of post war The characters were well developed and intriguing.Set in 1946, Essen, Germany, Clara Falkenberg has returned home and is trying to find her best friend Elisa, after the war Clara is a wartime icon and German heiress who ran the family munitions factory during the

  9. says:

    Clara Falkenberg, once Germany s heiress and nicknamed the Iron Fraulein during World War II She s taken on another name, after running away, only to return two years after the war is over to discover her home town in ruins and her friend she s been in search of is nowhere to be found Running from a British officer wanting to interrogate her for war crimes This novel will keep you turning the pages until the end I stay

  10. says:

    THE GERMAN HEIRESSBY ANIKA SCOTTThis was an excellent story of historical fiction of post World War II Germany that explores the German people s condition after the war This novel takes place about eighteen months after the war has ended The allied forces are occupying Germany The Americans have gone and the British are hunting down who they consider to be war criminals Margarete Muller is the name by which Clara Falkenb

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