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the Other side of the wire
The Other Side of the Wire, written by New York Times bestselling author H.W. Coyle, explores the story of an orphaned Jewish child in 1935 who disguises her identity to escape religious persecution and eventually is adopted by a high-ranking Nazi family. In this gripping historical fiction, the main character struggles with internal and external acceptance, but ultimately and incredibly acts for herself and for the betterment of the world around her. Coyle provides both social and historical insight into an area that has received little attention with themes of war, religion, transgender identity, survival, and family. The Other Side of the Wire is a finalist of the 2021 Best Book Awards in the Fiction: LGBTQ category.