Berlin Hungers

Berlin Hungers
By Justine Saracen

In the years after World War II, the alliance that saved Europe is breaking down as the Soviet Union and the West compete for control of Germany. When Russia blockades Berlin, everyone, it seems, is hungry: Russian soldiers for German women, the Soviet leaders for territory, the Berliners themselves for food. But the hardest hunger of all is between a Royal Air Force woman and the wife of a Luftwaffe pilot who helped set fire to half of London.


Cover Artist: Sheri Halal
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Words   97,200
ISBN-13  978-1-63555-117-4
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