C.F. Yetmen
Publisher: Ypsilon & Co. Press
Pages: 419

Gold Medal, IPPY Award; Book of the Year Finalist, Foreword Review; and Notable Indie Book, Shelf Unbound "A sophisticated Sherlock Holmes-like story illumines a dangerous time in European history with exquisite, genuine detail." - Foreword ReviewsAt the end of 1945 Anna Klein finds herself making tough choices about her future as a wife and mother. The delicate balance of her personal life seems to be falling apart and she finds herself homeless and relying on the kindness of a trusted co-worker who may not be all she appears. Anna finds solid footing in her work with American Monuments Man Henry Cooper as the two confront the higher-ups who threaten to shut down the art restitution operations and others who see the chance to enrich themselves. Meanwhile her feelings for Cooper – and his for her– simmer beneath the surface and complicate her life even more.
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