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Remote sympathy

Chidgey, Catherine, 1970-2022
Moving away from Munich isn't as wrenching an experience for Frau Greta Hahn as she had feared. Their new home is even lovelier than the one they left behind, and on their doorstep are some of the finest craftsmen from all over Europe, prepared to make for her and the other officers' wives living in this small community anything they could possibly desire, from curtains to furniture to frescos. The looming presence of the nearby prison camp - lying just beyond a patch of forest - is the only blot to mar what is otherwise an idyllic life in Buchenwald. Frau Hahn's husband, SS Sturmbannführer Dietrich Hahn, has taken up a powerful new position as camp administrator. Frau Hahn's obliviousness is challenged when she is forced into an unlikely alliance with one of Buchenwald's prisoners, Dr Lenard Weber. A decade earlier he invented a machine that at the time he believed could cure cancer.
Main title:
Remote sympathy / Catherine Chidgey.
Rearsby : Clipper Audiobooks, 2022.
1 pre-recorded MP3 player (1006 min.) : digital, MP3 file + 1 set of earphones + 2 AAA batteries
Issued on Playaway, a dedicated audio media player.
Narrated by Finlay Robertson, Mark Elstob and Sophie Roberts.
9781004092529 (sound media player)
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