Reich Bride: Chapter one

Leipzig Summer 1941 With her blue eyes squinted against the sun, Hilda watched the distant approaching train. An errant cloud scudded across the sky. Her petite aunt, Magdalene stood next to her. “Now, Hilda, are you sure you want to interview for a job at the Reich Chancellery? Berlin is going to be different from … Continue reading Reich Bride: Chapter one


Excerpt from Reich Bride

Hilda approached the ominous government building. Its red banners fluttered in the wind. The windows were like many gaping eyes. Her heels clacked on the marble and echoed in her head. She desperately needed the job as a typist, but walking into the offices of the government felt like entering a lion’s den. She tried … Continue reading Excerpt from Reich Bride