Join us for a delicious dinner followed by a lively discussion of The German House by Annette Ness. Eva is a young translator hired to work at the Frankfurt Auschwitz trials of 1963. Puzzling memories begin to seep into her consciousness while, at the same time, her parents and fiancé discourage her determination to carry out her job. What will Eva discover about her country and family?
Our discussion will take place in an area of the library where participants can spread out to follow social distancing guidelines. Dinner will consist of delicious pre-wrapped food.
Registration is required. Copies of the book will be available at Harmony Library by the second week of October.
Don’t forget to bring a mask.