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- The Mistress of Auschwitz, Book 3
- Narrated by: Kirsten Potter
- Length: 13 hrs and 19 mins
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In this final chapter to The Mistress of Auschwitz, Eleonore struggles with the consequences of her actions at Mrs. Meyers' manor. While in a foreign land, Eleonore begins to hope for what she thought had been lost forever. She begins to find healing through a wonderfully chaotic but passionate family, learning to use her gifts again, and an unsought romance with a man that she once despised. But all is not as it seems, as the fascist ideology which should've been long buried has resurrected itself in the hearts of lesser men. Eleonore must yet again contend with that evil. Still, she persists with the understanding that the darkness will always succumb to the light.
Meanwhile, Captain Volker is devastated by what he perceives are a series of personal defeats. To atone for his supposed shortcomings, Hanns presses the search for Rudolph Hoess, the Commandant of Auschwitz, with unrelenting fervor in the hopes that he can finally bring this devil to justice. His ambition, however, leads him down paths where he will stop at nothing, no matter who gets in his way, in his attempt to capture the greatest mass murderer in the history of mankind. Still, his mind lingers on Eleonore and her well-being, as Hanns realizes her importance should Rudolph be brought to trial.
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- Deb A MG
Disappointment to the end of a trilogy
I’m not sure what the author was thinking about with this final book. But it was such a disappointment when the first two were exciting, clever, and kept me in gage. I finish the final one hoping it would change and stop boring me, but that was false hope.
- Samantha Peterson
Loved ALL 3 Books!
I could feel every emotion in all 3 books! This is a must read for anyone interested in the Holocaust.
- Beth denham
The trilogy is a really good story. But I got a little tired of hearing the word “anyways” used in all three books. Anyways isn’t a proper word and I guess you could consider it slang. But anyway is an adverb and cannot be plural. Also “shot his head back”. Used over and over. An odd phrase and not easy to picture someone shooting their head back. It just bugs me when an author uses basically one phrase to describe shock or surprise. Change it up! You are a writer! But otherwise all of the books in the series tell an interesting tale.