Genre: War Girls

War Girl Series

Endless Ordeal

War Girls Series: Book 10 The war is over, but he is stuck in in a perpetual nightmare  Surrendering to the Russians is Wehrmacht Leutnant Johann Hauser’s only option. Then […]

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Together at Last

War Girls Series: Book 9 Loving her is a crime… … that could ruin his entire military career. RAF pilot Tom is desperate to find the woman he left behind […]

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Secrets Revealed

War Girls Series: Book 8 Hiding from the Nazis… … right under their noses. Officially employed as a radio operator for the Wehrmacht, Lotte is, in fact, a spy for […]

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Bitter Tears

War Girls Series: Book 7 She’s Polish. He’s German. Enemies even after the war. A Wehrmacht deserter of conscience, hiding out on a farm in Poland. The woman who loves […]

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Uncommon Sacrifice

War Girls Series: Book 6 Freedom means to abandon his brother. Held captive in a notorious Nazi camp, Peter clings to the dream of freedom. But when his wife Anna […]

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Fatal Encounter

Fatal Encounter

War Girls Series: Book 5 What would you chose: family or fatherland? Lotte Klausen and her Polish brother-in-law Piotr Zdanek are both in Warsaw at the eve of the Uprising […]

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Second World War Novel

Trouble Brewing

War Girls Series: Book 4 Richard is a soldier. He obeys orders… …until he sees her.  He never wanted to be a Wehrmacht soldier, he’d much rather stick his nose […]

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War Girl Anna

War Girl Anna

War Girls Series: Book 3 When career ambitions and morals collide… …which way will she choose? Nurse Anna is making the career of her dreams, working for the most renowned […]

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War Girl Lotte

War Girl Lotte

War Girls Series: Book 2 In this extraordinary book, USA Today Bestselling author Marion Kummerow weaves a story of strength, heartbreak, and coming of age in the Third Reich. 17-year-old […]

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War Girl Ursula

War Girl Ursula

A prisoner escapes. A guard looks the other way. In Berlin 1943 compassion is a crime. Now both have to fear for their lives. Ursula Hermann has always lived the […]

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