Sinners of Starlight City

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About the Author

Anika Scott was a journalist at the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Chicago Tribune before moving to Germany, where she currently lives in Essen with her husband and two daughters. She has worked in radio, taught journalism seminars at an eastern German university, and written articles for European and American publications. Originally from Michigan, she grew up in a car industry family. Scott is the author of the internationally bestselling novel The German Heiress.


"Anika Scott pens a fascinating tale of secrets, surveillance, and sisterhood set against the burgeoning Cold War...The Soviet Sisters will suck you in to the very last page!" -- Kate Quinn, New York Times bestselling author of The Diamond Eye

"Electrifying, meticulously researched, and expertly plotted, The Soviet Sisters is at once a Cold War thriller, a gripping spy story, a page-turning mystery, and a familial drama." -- Lara Prescott, New York Times bestselling author of The Secrets We Kept

"Scott paints a world of 'moving shadows and listening ears, ' rife with secrets, spies, and forbidden loves.... Fans of Kate Quinn will be sure to enjoy the strong female characters in this historical-fiction spy novel." -- Booklist on Soviet Sisters

"Scott's magnetic debut follows one woman's quest for survival amid the devastation of post-WWII Germany... Scott's narrative is embellished with realistic depictions of rubble-filled German cities, scavenging residents, and moral questions about Clara's family ties to the Nazi regime. Fans of WWII fiction will be intrigued by Scott's exploration of how war changes the moral compass of its victims." -- Publishers Weekly on The German Heiress

"Meticulously researched and plotted like a noir thriller, The German Heiress tells a different story of WWII-- of characters grappling with their own guilt and driven by the question of what they could have done to change the past." -- Jessica Shattuck, New York Times bestselling author of The Women in the Castle