Winner Of The Yeovil Literary Prize
THE FUHRER’S ORPHANS
NOW AN AUDIO BOOK, can order now
Now translated into four languages
A ragged group of fugitive children are hiding out in a city wilderness in fear of their lives from Gestapo round-ups.
It’s 1940 and their parents have been taken to the concentration camps, but the children have managed to slip away and are sheltering – hungry and desperate – in a disused industrial site in Munich.
Two strangers come together to attempt Mission Impossible; bringing them all out of Germany in the midst of war.
One is a young teacher in the city, the other a British commando with orders to destroy an installation next to the children’s hiding place. He has to decide: follow orders or save the children.
WHAT THE READERS SAID…
(Snapshots from reviews on Amazon for THE FUHRER’S ORPHANS)
Mystery, intrigue, fear of capture and a new invention – what more do you need? – Roger
Emotive and compelling read – Lynndillo
Hooked from the opening pages – Elizabeth
Tension is almost unbearable as it builds to an explosive ending – Tony
Very well written, a thoroughly good read – Maggie
An extraordinary story, well told – Steve
Just wanted more – Karen in the U.S.
The latest – and best – novel from David Laws – Lucky Felix