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The Diamond Eye Is A Page Turner, But I Have One Bone to Pick

It’s not a grisly war book. It’s a beautiful story of love, loss and the Ukrainian woman they called Lady Death.

The Diamond Eye Book Review
Book Cover from Amazon, Photos from Wikipedia

Mila Pavlichenko was a 24 year old library researcher and single mother from Kyiv when Hitler’s Nazis bombed her beloved school.




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