The Time Between: Love, loyalty and betrayal in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam (Paperback)
This historical novel depicts three young Jewish women, Pam, Jo and Hannah, and their family and friends during the physically, psychologically and morally difficult years of the German occupation, 1940-1945. They print illegal newspapers and false documents, hide Jewish children, commit sabotage and murder.
Their lives come together through Adrian, a young man risking his life in the resistance. He is Pam's brother, Jo's first infatuation and Hannah's lover. "Isn't this the between time?" he asks. "One day real life stopped, when the Germans came, and some day real life will start again." For some of them, it did.