Tricia Goyer has written a keeper in her book “Arms of Deliverance”, published by Moody Publishers. I enjoyed this book from page one.
This novel takes the reader to a time during World War II in England, France, Germany and Belgium. We see the war through the stories of Rebecca Lodz, a Jew living as an Aryan, Katrine, who is the mistress of a Nazi officer, Hendrick Schwartz. She becomes pregnant and he takes her to the famous Lebensborn, a Nazi baby factory. Along with Katrine and Hendrick, we also see the war from the life of Eddie Anderson, a bomber navigator; and Mary Kelly and Lee O’Donnelly who are war correspondents who make their way to the front lines.
I was totally immersed in this story from the beginning and all the way to the end. I felt as though I was living their lives and their stories unfolded and intermeshed. Anyone enjoying novels of the war will certainly enjoy this book. I will be looking for more books from Ms. Goyer.
I received a free Kindle copy of this book from Moody Publishers through Amazon.com in return for my honest review. The opinions expressed here are my own.