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Adele Von Bron is Austria’s Sweetheard, a stunningly talented young violinist, darling of the Third Reich. But she has a secret; she’s helping the love of her life, Vladimir the merchant’s son, smuggle Jews out of the city.
Sera James is a New York art gallery owner obsessed with finding a painting she last saw when she was eight. The first clue in a long time comes in the form of William Hanover. Will she find the painting of the Holocaust musician?
I was given a copy of The Butterfly and the Violin to review and, as a history student and avid German history enthusiast, it caught my attention instantly. The story is split between Sera’s search for the painting of Adele and the story of Adele herself in the years 1939-1945.
It covered an aspect of the…
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