by Martha Hall Kelly
Reviewed by Janet:
The daily life of Caroline, a New York socialite, would seem totally removed from that of Kasia, a Polish teenager, or Herta, on the verge of becoming a doctor in Nazi Germany. Eventually brought together by the horrendous medical experiments conducted on prisoners at Ravensbrück, their stories of love, survival, and justice bring a tender light to the tragedies of war. Inspired by a true story.