PAM JENOFF is the author of The Kommandant's Girl, The Diplomat's Wife, Almost Home, and Hidden Things. She attended George Washington Univer-sity, Cambridge University in England, where she received a master's in history, and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. A former Special Assis-tant to the Secretary of the Army and State Department officer, she lives in Philadelphia, where she works as an attorney.
"Jenoff weaves an intriguing and intelligent story with a delicacy that is captivating." --Kate Furnivall, author of The Russian Concubine
"A bittersweet story of loves old and new, of men and women
trying to survive in perilous times." --Richmond
Times-Dispatch "Opens a provocative window onto the continuing
effort to bring Nazi war criminals to justice, and the complexities
involved in making legal and moral judgments decades later. . . .
At once a historical mystery, a legal thriller, and a romance."
--The Philadelphia Inquirer
"Provocative. . . . A story of human emotion, physical necessity, love and hate. The author conveys the pain of a period none can forget, and the feelings we have that can be all too painful." --The Baltimore Jewish Times
"A skillfully rendered tale of undying love, unthinkable loss and the relentless grip of the past on the present." --Kirkus Reviews "Has undeniable intrigue." --The Jewish Chronicle
"A powerful novel rich in period detail, The Things We Cherished is a fascinating contemporary and historical drama, a unique glimpse into a disappearing world, and a reminder that past and present often come together in unexpected ways." --Booklist