The Lost Wife

Friday, June 17, 2016
Alyson Richman
The Lost Wife

This story captures the sacrifices people made throughout World War II to keep their families and loved ones alive. Newlyweds Josef and Lenka are torn apart during the war and each face great difficulties on their own. Josef is by himself in a whole new country and Lenka is with her family at a concentration camp trying her hardest to survive. All they want to do is find each other again. Richman’s story puts true love to the test. This book is great for teens and older who love historical fiction or a great love story.

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