2018 AUDIE WINNER INSPIRATIONAL/
Written by Melanie Dobson
Narrated by Nancy Peterson
10 hours, 25 minutes
What happened to Brigitte Berthold?
That question has haunted Daniel Knight since he was thirteen, when he and ten-year-old Brigitte escaped the Gestapo agents who arrested both their parents. They survived a harrowing journey from Germany to England, only to be separated upon their arrival. Daniel vowed to find Brigitte after the war, a promise he has fought to fulfill for more than seventy years.
Now a wealthy old man, Daniel’s final hope in finding Brigitte rests with Quenby Vaughn, an American journalist working in London. He believes Quenby’s tenacity to find missing people and her personal investment in a related WWII espionage story will help her succeed where previous investigators have failed. Though Quenby is wrestling her own demons—and wary at the idea of teaming up with Daniel’s lawyer, Lucas Hough—the lure of Brigitte’s story is too much to resist. Together, Quenby and Lucas delve deep into the past, following a trail of deception, sacrifice, and healing that could change all of their futures.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Melanie Dobson is the award-winning author of sixteen historical romance, suspense, and time-slip novels including Chateau of Secrets and Shadows of Ladenbrooke Manor. Three of her novels have won Carol Awards, and Love Finds You in Liberty, Indiana won Best Novel of Indiana in 2010. Melanie loves to explore old cemeteries and ghost towns, hike in the mountains, and play board games with her family. She lives near Portland, Oregon, with her husband, Jon, and two daughters.
ABOUT THE NARRATOR
Nancy loves to weave a great story with her words. With over twenty-five years of experience in theater, television, film, commercial voice over and audiobook narration, Nancy brings depth, passion, and nuance to every project. She captures the heart of each piece. Nancy’s versatility has garnered the attention of genres ranging from Sci-Fi to Regency Romance. Adept at accents, Nancy’s versatility lends itself to both fiction and non-fiction.