ALONG THE INFINITE SEA by Beatriz Williams Reviewe...

ALONG THE INFINITE SEA Beatriz Williams November 3rd, 2015 G.P. Putnam ALONG THE INFINITE SEA by Beatriz Williams is a historical romance with more emphasis on the historical. Within the background of early Nazi Germany the book delves into how someone’s fame, fortune, and forbidden passion can influence relationships. The story alternates between the late 1930s and mid 1960s, with the flashback narration revealing a mystery of regret and intrigue. The author manages to keep readers guessing until the very end of the book as to what actually happens. Two women alternated narrating the story, Pepper in the 1960s and Annabelle in the 1930s....

Beatriz Williams: The ALONG THE INFINITE SEA Inter...

ALONG THE INFINITE SEA is one of those special books where readers will not want the story to end. The story alternates between the late 1930s in Nazi Germany and mid 1960s America, with the flashback narration revealing a mystery of regret and intrigue. It is a story of relationships: a love triangle between the Jewish resistance fighter, Stefan, and his rival, German General Johann, as they struggle for Annabelle. The 1960s part shows the relationship between Annabelle and Pepper, who meet over the sale of a 1930s Mercedes. Both women are survivors who refuse to allow someone to control their destiny and help each other to survive. Elise...