Wednesday, November 20, 2019

"The Last Train to London" by Meg Waite Clayton is Historical Non-Fiction

The Last Train to London by Meg Waite Clayton is based on true events!  Hitler and the Nazis are on the march.  People who oppose him are anxious to flee, but with borders being closed, it is not going to be easy!  One woman takes it upon herself to smuggle children out of Nazi occupied lands.  What a story!

I enjoyed this book that flowed along.  (Gerard's review, 4 stars)

Teaser from page 51:  "They have families elsewhere, in England or in the United States?"
"Yes, of course, Mr. Tenkink," Truus answered.  "That's why they find themselves standing in bare feet in the snow outside a burning Jewish orphanage."

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