The German Suitcase by Greg Dinallo

18 Jul

An old German suitcase is found to belong to a Holocaust survivor in NY. Intrigued, a reporter digs deeper. The book toggles back and forth between the present and WWII, exploring the moral dilemma as two friends, Jewish and Catholic, serve as doctors in the Nazi death camps. Interesting take, especially once the every other chapter time travel felt comfortable. I found the WWII segments to have more movement and drama, the “twist” was a bit predictable, but overall a worthy read. As a special note, this is the author’s first “digital first” book – kudos on that!

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