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The buzz for CITY OF WOMEN  by David Gillham (available August 7) is continuing to come in! Click here to read an excerpt and see what the talk is all about… and if one chapter isn’t enough to hold you until August, be sure to like Gillham on Facebook for news of events and giveaways!


“Every once in a while, if you’re fortunate as a reader, a book will reach out and grab a hold of your mind, your thoughts, and that book will simply not let go, even after you’ve finished reading it. City of Women by David R Gillham is such a book.” —Nancy Simpson-Brice Book Vault, Oskaloosa, IA
“…A sensual, suspenseful read filled with extraordinary characters and exceptional moments of resilience, humanity, and grace.” —Anderson McKean, Page & Palette, Fairhope, AL
“Gillham is a most gifted writer with a keen insight into the minds of both men and women…This book is a keeper.”—Catharine Howard, Barnes and Noble, Charlotte, NC
 “This powerful novel …A heart and soul story that totally mesmerized me.” —Carol Hicks, Bookshelf, Truckee, CA
“…Romantic and intensely suspenseful, City of Women is a compelling story of the choices we face in our darkest hours….the story and the very real Sigrid will haunt me for some time. This is storytelling at its finest.” —Lanora Haradon, Next Chapter Bookshop, Mequon, WI
"A literary page-turner, an illuminating historical novel, and a fabulous story of women during wartime. I can’t wait to recommend this book.” —Leslie Reiner, Inkwood Books, Tampa, FL 
“City of Women has it all—intrigue, war, romance, family, friendships, and betrayal.  Incredibly gripping, it’s the very best kind of book to lose yourself in.” —Mary Gay Shipley, That Bookstore In Blytheville, Blytheville, AR
“To say that I loved this book would be a gross understatement! This is the best Nazi-era fiction I have read in a very long time.”—Barbara Kelly, University of Southern Maine Bookstore, Portland, ME


“City of Women is fascinating…Intrigue, betrayal, and moral dilemmas… Riveting!” —Leigh Barnes, The Book Bin, Onley, VA


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The buzz for CITY OF WOMEN  by David Gillham (available August 7) is continuing to come in! Click here to read an excerpt and see what the talk is all about… and if one chapter isn’t enough to hold you until August, be sure to like Gillham on Facebook for news of events and giveaways!

“Every once in a while, if you’re fortunate as a reader, a book will reach out and grab a hold of your mind, your thoughts, and that book will simply not let go, even after you’ve finished reading it. City of Women by David R Gillham is such a book.” —Nancy Simpson-Brice Book Vault, Oskaloosa, IA

“…A sensual, suspenseful read filled with extraordinary characters and exceptional moments of resilience, humanity, and grace.” —Anderson McKean, Page & Palette, Fairhope, AL

“Gillham is a most gifted writer with a keen insight into the minds of both men and women…This book is a keeper.”—Catharine Howard, Barnes and Noble, Charlotte, NC

 “This powerful novel …A heart and soul story that totally mesmerized me.” —Carol Hicks, Bookshelf, Truckee, CA

“…Romantic and intensely suspenseful, City of Women is a compelling story of the choices we face in our darkest hours….the story and the very real Sigrid will haunt me for some time. This is storytelling at its finest.” —Lanora Haradon, Next Chapter Bookshop, Mequon, WI

"A literary page-turner, an illuminating historical novel, and a fabulous story of women during wartime. I can’t wait to recommend this book.” —Leslie Reiner, Inkwood Books, Tampa, FL 

City of Women has it all—intrigue, war, romance, family, friendships, and betrayal.  Incredibly gripping, it’s the very best kind of book to lose yourself in.” —Mary Gay Shipley, That Bookstore In Blytheville, Blytheville, AR

“To say that I loved this book would be a gross understatement! This is the best Nazi-era fiction I have read in a very long time.”—Barbara Kelly, University of Southern Maine Bookstore, Portland, ME

City of Women is fascinating…Intrigue, betrayal, and moral dilemmas… Riveting!” —Leigh Barnes, The Book Bin, Onley, VA

Amazon | Barnes & Noble | IndieBound | Books-A-Million | iTunes