The Dutch Orphan (Original)

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Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Park Row
Publish Date
Pages
400
Dimensions
5.3 X 7.96 X 0.93 inches | 0.64 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780778311966

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About the Author

Ellen Keith is the author of the bestselling novel The Dutch Wife. She has an undergraduate degree in history with a focus on WWII/Holocaust Studies from the University of Alberta, as well as an MFA in creative writing from the University of British Columbia. She is originally from St. Albert, Canada, and currently lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Reviews

"Keith weaves an intricate tale of survival as two sister's loyalties to spouse, country, and each other are tested when Nazis invade and the lives of those they love are put at risk. A compelling and heart-pounding read." --Noelle Salazar, bestselling author of The Flight Girls

"Vivid and deeply personal, The Dutch Orphan is a harrowing story of two sisters torn apart by secrets, then forced to make an impossible choice. A heartbreaking, compelling story I couldn't put down until the very last page." --Genevieve Graham, bestselling author of Bluebird

"The Dutch Orphan will enthrall you with its unforgettable characters forced to choose between following the rules to survive, or flouting the rules and risking their own lives to save others. Ellen Keith brings to life the intricate bonds of sisterhood, ruptured by WWII fascism." --Shelly Sanders, bestselling author of Daughters of the Occupation

"The Dutch Orphan is a dazzling, intimate, and gripping story of two sisters whose courage and devotion transcends occupation and war. Ellen Keith writes the most beautifully realized historical fiction." --Carol Windley, bestselling author of Midnight Train to Prague

"The sister's diverging paths eloquently explore how small decisions build to life-altering consequences and whether a path to forgiveness is possible." --Booklist