Berlin Calling by Kelly Durham. Published by Lake Union

Maggie O’Shea is an American studying in Berlin in 1938. She finds herself falling in love with a soldier and getting swept up in the growing surge of nationalism. all her dreams seem to be coming true when she lands a job with the Propaganda Ministry and becomes a broadcasting sensation. But her happiness is soured when she hears of the atrocities being committed in the name of the Fatherland and she becomes caught in a crisis of conscience. Making the brave, but dangerous decision to spy for the United States, Maggie puts everything, including her life, on the line. Nationalism is a slippery slope and this novel couldn’t be more timely (sadly)

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