Wednesday, July 2, 2014

On My Nightstand - Saving Amelie by Cathy Gohlke

Cathy Gohlke's book is a stark reminder of what happens when people are considered expendable. The story brings the Nazi regime to light through the eyes of the daughter of a eugenics researcher, an American journalist, and a deaf child. Her insights are chilling, and it's impossible not to compare the atrocities to what's occurring in our day and age.

From a writing standpoint, the research reflects Cathy's signature attention to detail. This book has it all: technical excellence, a compelling story, and a take-away for the reader.

A multi-published, 2-time Christy Award winning author, Cathy's books are an automatic buy for me. Don't miss this 5-Star novel!

Writers and Readers: What's on your nightstand? Please share.


Terri Tiffany said...

I love the cover!

Susan said...

Hi Susan. There are always numerous books on my nightstand. One right now is "Penmarric." Hope your day goes well.

If you have time, please stop by my post today as it's on Vickie, a fellow writer. Thanks. Susan

Susan J. Reinhardt said...

Hi Terri - Yes, they captured the essence of the book. Great artwork!

Hi Susan - So nice to see you. Have a great 4th of July weekend.

Susan :)