Anne Stern was born in Berlin, where she still lives with her family. After studying history and German, she earned a doctorate in German literature and worked as a teacher. As a self-publisher she has already successfully published historical saga material.
FRÄULEIN GOLD: THE LOST CHILDREN OF BERLIN (Vol. II)
Volume 2 of the colourful saga of midwife Hulda Gold, who is entangled in mysterious cases in 1920s Berlin.
Berlin, 1923: midwife Hulda Gold is called to the city district "Scheunenviertel" for a birth. Though the Jewish family lives by their own strict rules, Hulda earns the young mother's trust. And when the newborn disappears after a few days, she is suddenly caught up in the mysterious search. For how can a child simply disappear in this close Jewish community?
It soon becomes apparent that the Berlin police are also searching for child traffickers. Can chief inspector Karl North help find the newborn child? When the hatred of Jews by the Berlin Nazis erupts in a pogrom, Hulda herself is in grave danger.