The Watcher (Hardcover)

By Joan Hiatt Harlow

Margaret K. McElderry Books, 9781442429116, 304pp.

Publication Date: November 4, 2014

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (11/3/2015)

List Price: 18.99*
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Description

After Wendy is kidnapped by her own mother, the only way she can survive wartime Germany is with the help of a special dog and the family she never knew she had in this historically accurate, standalone companion to Shadows on the Sea.

1942. Berlin, Germany. How did Wendy end up in such a place? Just a few months ago, she was enjoying her time in Maine, supporting the American war effort.

But she was kidnapped, then betrayed by her own mother, who is actually a Nazi spy. As a new Berliner—and now a German—Wendy is expected to speak in a language she’s never known and support a cause she doesn’t believe in.

There are allies, though, among the Germans. Allies who have been watching over Wendy since she arrived. And Wendy, along with her new German shepherd puppy, must confront them. If only she can find them.

Her life depends on it.


About the Author

Joan Hiatt Harlow is the author of several popular historical novels including Secret of the Night PoniesShadows on the SeaMidnight RiderStar in the StormJoshua’s Song, Thunder from the Sea, and Breaker Boy. Ms. Harlow lives in Venice, Florida. For more information, visit her at JoanHiattHarlow.com.


Praise For The Watcher

"Harlow creates another beautiful and touching story that captures what it was like during 1942 in Berlin, Germany. By introducing German words, songs and popular phrases, reader are transported back in time and surrounded by war. Harlow does an excellent job of weaving in true historical facts with fiction."
— School Library Journal

“Harlow's exciting historical novel begins with a bang…[and] neatly weaves historical facts with killer suspense.”
— Kirkus Reviews

“[Wendy’s] predicament is so interesting… does credit to both the author and her readers… in this informative adventure.”
— Wall Street Journal