World War II Fiction
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A Thread of Grace
by Mary Doria Russell
In September 1943, Claudette Blum and her father flee across the Alps into Italy with other Jews seeking refuge, only to find an open battle ground among the Nazis, Allied forces, resistance fighters, and ordinary Italians struggling to survive.
by Ian McEwan
In this rich novel by the author of the Booker Prize-winning novel "Amsterdam, " a young girl unwittingly tells a tale that turns her family upside down. Brilliant and utterly enthralling in its depiction of childhood, love and war, England and class, "Atonement" is at its center a profound -- and profoundly moving -- exploration of shame and forgiveness, of atonement and the difficulty of absolution.
by Alan Furst
Jean Casson, an anti-hero sought by the Gestapo, becomes involved in an ill-fated 1941 plot to smuggle arms to the Communist Resistance, in a tale of espionage and intrigue set against the backdrop of occupied France.
by Walter Zacharius
Losing her family and her home in Lodz during World War II, Jewish teenager Mia embarks on a journey through Poland to join the ranks of a secret cadre of militia to help save Jewish citizens, and subsequently works as a double agent.
The Last Heroes
by W.E.B. Griffin
As America prepares to enter World War II, a group of spies from the Office of Strategic Service is deployed around the world to do the work that could possibly change the entire outcome of the war.
by Philippe Tapon
Tells the story of Simone, the nurse and mistress of a doctor who is implicated in the death of a Nazi and whose family is also plotting against him.