The Story of Leah Wittmann
By Julian Grenfell
450 pages, 5 ½” x 8 ¾”
With the speed and grace of a gazelle, Leah Wittman is possibly the fastest woman to run the 100 metres, and a certain contender for the Olympic Gold. But this is Germany in 1936 and Leah is a German Jew. This tense thriller and moving romance is set against a convincing backdrop of Nazi propaganda and an all-pervading sense of fear.
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