The Curator's Daughter
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The Curator's Daughter  -     By: Melanie Dobson

The Curator's Daughter

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In the 1940s, Hanna Tillich worked as an archaeologist for the Third Reich, then as a museum curator in Nuremberg. What she discovered put herself and her adopted daughter in great peril. Eighty years later, Ember Ellis, a Holocaust researcher helping Mrs. Kiehl regain her childhood memories, uncovers secrets that link their pasts---and endanger their lives! 416 pages, softcover from Tyndale.

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Title: The Curator's Daughter
By: Melanie Dobson
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 416
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2021
Weight: 12 ounces
ISBN: 1496444175
ISBN-13: 9781496444172
Stock No: WW6444172

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A young girl, kidnapped on the eve of World War II, changes the lives of a German archaeologist forced into the Nazi Party and—decades later—a researcher trying to overcome her own trauma.

1940. Hanna Tillich cherishes her work as an archaeologist for the Third Reich, searching for the Holy Grail and other artifacts to bolster evidence of a master Aryan race. But when she is reassigned to work as a museum curator in Nuremberg, then forced to marry an SS officer and adopt a young girl, Hanna begins to see behind the Nazi facade. A prayer labyrinth becomes a storehouse for Hanna’s secrets, but as she comes to love Lilly as her own daughter, she fears that what she’s hiding—and what she begins to uncover—could put them both in mortal danger.

Eighty years later, Ember Ellis is a Holocaust researcher intent on confronting hatred toward the Jewish people and other minorities. She reconnects with a former teacher on Martha’s Vineyard after she learns that Mrs. Kiehl’s mother once worked with the Nazi Ahnenerbe. And yet, Mrs. Kiehl describes her mother as “a friend to the Jewish people.” Wondering how both could be true, Ember helps Mrs. Kiehl regain her fractured childhood memories of World War II while at the same time confronting the heartache of her own secret past—and the person who wants to silence Ember forever.

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A young girl kidnapped by Nazis piques the interest of a present-day researcher in this propulsive time-swapping tale from Dobson (Catching the Wind). . . . Fans of WWII inspirationals will love this.
Fans of Kristy Cambron and Rachel Hauck will devour this split-time tale with two equally strong story lines. Increased anti-Semitism in her own community of Portland, OR, inspired Dobson (Memories of Glass) to mine the past for lessons in reconciliation, forgiveness, and lasting change—resulting in a powerful message for the modern reader.

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