While Still We Live
Random House Publishing Group, Jul 1, 1983
"A master of the suspense novel." THE BOSTON GLOBE It began very innocently. A holiday visit to Poland. But before enojoying the sights and sounds of this fascinating new place, happiness took a violent turn and became a nightmare of terror...when suddenly you're mistaken for a Nazi spy, and to save your life, you have to prove you are innocent.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
END OF A SUMMER
n THE LAST DINNER PARTY
19 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
Adam Wisniewski Anna Braun Antoni asked Barbara beside camp captain Casimir clothes cold Cracow dark dictaphone Dittmar door droshki Elzbieta eyes face feel forest Franziska Frascati Fraulein Braun gave gently Germans Gestapo girl gone hand head heard Hefner Henryk Hofmeyer journey Kati knew Kordus Korytow Korytowski laughed leave listened Lowicz Madame Aleksander Madame Olszak Marian Miss Matthews moved Nalewki Nazis never night nodded Number once Perhaps Poland Poles Polish quickly quietly Radom Reska rotmistrz round Schlott seemed Sheila felt Sheila looked Sheila Matthews Sheila thought shoulders Sierakowski silent sleep slowly smile stared stay Stefan Stevens stood stopped strange street suddenly talk tell Thaddeus There's things Tomasz tonight trees turned Uncle Edward Uncle Matthews village Vistula voice waiting walked Warsaw watched What's window woman wondered worry Zakopane Zygmunt