I have always found novels that take place during World War II to be very interesting. I have a soft spot in my heart for Anne Frank and similar stories. This book had an interesting twist to that time frame.
Lucien Bernard is an architect and he is commissioned by a man to create hiding places in houses for Jews that were on the run. Lucien never felt that he needed to protect the Jewish people but that offer that came with this job was one he couldn’t resist. At the same time, he is commissioned by the German’s to design one of their largest war related structures. Lucien is playing both sides and risking it all.
I listened to this on audio and enjoyed the narration. I was a decent read but a bit boring at times.
I gave this book 3 crowns.