I'm really not a historical fiction reader. Really. Not. And yet, there's just something that keeps drawing me to them. Maybe I'm a closet historical fiction lover. (Or would that be a wardrobe historical fiction lover?) Either way, another one has captured my heart!
Tricia Goyer's book Songbird Under a German Moon not only delighted me with it's spunky characters of the 1940s, but the story intrigued me with a pressing mystery that kept me guessing. Set in a small German town with a rich heritage, the story surrounds a USO group performing for the area soldiers.
Betty Lake is a new singer on the tour. Dubbed "Songbird" by the manager, she's a showstopper that threatens the standing of the "real star" of the group. Being assigned to share a room with the woman
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