Inspired by the real-life heroine who smuggled thousands of Jewish children to safety during WWII, the powerful new novel by the New York Times bestselling author
In the spring of 1942, young Elzbieta Rabinek is aware of the swiftly growing discord just beyond the courtyard of her comfortable Warsaw home. But she has no idea what goes on behind the walls of the Jewish Ghetto nearby until she makes a discovery that propels her into a dangerous world of deception and heroism.
Elzbieta comes face to face with the plight of the Gorka family who must give up their newborn daughter - or watch her starve. For Roman Gorka, this final injustice stirs in him a rebellion not even his newfound love for Elzbieta can suppress. His recklessness puts their families in harm's way until one violent act threatens to destroy their chance at freedom forever.
Kelly Rimmer, bestselling Australian author of Truths I Never Told You and The Things We Cannot Say, has penned her most meticulously researched and emotionally compelling novel to date.
'Will bring tears to your eyes with its authentically woven complications, moral dilemmas and unavoidable truths. A thoughtful, beautiful novel that will remind you of the tremendous power of love against the odds and the endless capacity of mankind to create goodness in the world, even in our darkest hours' KRISTIN HARMEL
'Rimmer's suspenseful narrative will enthrall and move readers' Publishers Weekly
'Fans of Jodi Picoult now have a new go-to author' SALLY HEPWORTH
'Kelly Rimmer tears at the heartstrings' Herald Sun