The Mark of the Angel
Copright - 1999
Thomas T. Beeler, Publisher
A wonderfully told tale of a young German immigrant to France. A woman locked in her own torment from a Nazi past.
And of a young French man who discovers a love for this woman, and determines to bring her to love and passion.
And, of a young Hungarian Jew, who does reach this lost soul. Teaches her what love truly is. And releases her from the bonds of her tormented past. In his love, and in his arms.
A romantic tragedy that will touch you to the core, I highly recommend this read taking place in the late 1950's and early 1960's of France and it's tumultuous upheaval.
I give The Mark of the Angel ..
... Five Stars and...
...my Thumbs Up! award!
***Disclosure: This book was provided through a book exchange for review.