Jaclyn Goldis is a graduate of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and NYU Law. She practiced estate planning law at a large Chicago law firm for seven years before leaving her job to travel the world and write novels. After culling her possessions into only what would fit in a backpack, she traveled for over a year until settling in Tel Aviv, where she can often be found writing from cafés near the beach.
Three generations of women come together in this page-turning debut full of family secrets, heart-wrenching drama, and the promise of second chances.
Corfu, 1942: To sixteen-year-old Sarah Batis, the Nazis are a distant danger—of far greater thre... SEE MORE