The Innocents Within: A Novel
"Also living in the rectory, as much loved by the pastor as his own children, is a German Jewish girl whose parents disappeared in the first weeks of the war. The pastor and his wife took her in as a child. Now eighteen, she has grown into a beauty."--BOOK JACKET. "Into this mix, badly wounded, crashes an American fighter pilot who is scarcely older. He is brought to the rectory."--BOOK JACKET. "Centered on a real village and real people who defied the Nazis, The Innocents Within is about courage and love, religion and danger. Most of all it is a study of innocence against a background of the most monstrous evil ever known."--BOOK JACKET.
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This seems to be a good year for love stories featuring downed World War II pilots hidden by the French underground and saved through the offices of strong-willed, albeit rather na ve, young women ... Read full review