Check out the book, The Good Doctor of Warsaw, by Elisabeth Gifford, as featured in this post from Linda’s Book Bag blog.
It’s a quarter of a century since I visited Anne Frank’s house in Amsterdam when I first really began to understand the plight of Jewish people during the Second World War. When I was offered The Good Doctor of Warsaw, a book based on the lives of those in Warsaw, by Elisabeth Gifford, in exchange for an honest review I readily accepted. I had previously featured Elisabeth with a fabulous guest post alongside my review of another of her books, Secrets of the Sea House, that you can read here.
The Good Doctor of Warsaw is published by Corvus, an imprint of Atlantic Books and is available for purchase through these links.
The Good Doctor of Warsaw
‘You do not leave a sick child alone to face the dark and you do not leave a child at a time like this.’
Deeply in love and about…
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