It's the summer of 1940, and night has fallen on Europe. A young
woman whose family has taken refuge in France sees the nation that
has defined itself as the cradle of human rights transformed by the
menacing shadow of the Third Reich. As the Nazification of France
proceeds, she is caught up with her lover in a Jewish resistance
group that becomes part of a larger organization directed from
London. A story of personal drama and political intrigue set
against a wartime background meticulously researched and vividly
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