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Review: The Secretary, by Catherine Hokin

Overview The Tower House. Down a secluded path, hidden by overgrown vines, the crumbling villa echoes with memories. Of the family who laughed and sang there, until the Nazis tore them from their home. And of the next woman to … Continue reading

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Non-fiction Review: Hitler and the Habsburgs, by James Longo

Before the European Union, there was the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It was a true melting pot, comprising different countries and cultures. Born in the country of Austria, Adolf Hitler despised how multi-cultural the Empire had become. Even the royal family was … Continue reading

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