This is non-fiction that sure reads like fiction! I found it hard to put down. A well-written and engaging story of a young legal student's life in 1938 Vienna, and how her secular Jewish family was scattered by WWII. Quite an amazing story. Many kudo's to Susan Dworkin's most sympathetic rendering of Edith Hahn Beer's early adult life. It's suitable for teens, and makes a clear impression of the suffering of everyday Germans during wartime as well.
Rose in PR