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Laura P. said:
Very enjoyable and enlightening book. The most important thing about this book is telling the story of the Vel d’hiv roundup and subsequent murders of thousands of French Jews in 1942. Although ordered by the Nazi occupying force, the action was carried out by the French police none of whom were ever tried for their actions.
posted Feb 24, 2010 at 2:04PM
A deeply touching and thoughtful tale about the value of history and human life, especially when it involves the value that people assign to other people! I give it 5 stars!
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Moved to Paris when she was 20; married an arrogant, unfaithful man; has an 11-year-old daughter; writes for an American magazine; covering the 60th anniversary of the Paris deportations to Auschwitz; discovers an intriguing family history tied to an apartment she was thinking of moving into.