Roxane van Iperen

Roxane van Iperen wrote the bestseller ’t Hooge Nest. During World War II Jewish sisters – Janny and Lien Brilleslijper – run one of the largest hideaways in The Netherlands: ’t Hooge Nest (The High Nest), a villa in the Gooi area. While the last remaining Jews are being hunted in The Netherlands, the lives of dozens of hideaways kept going for better or for worse, right under the noses of their NSB (National Socialist)-neighbours. Still, the nest is exposed and the Brilleslijper family is put on the last transport to Auschwitz, along with the (Anne) Frank family. The High Nest is a blood-curdling book about courage, treason and human resilience.

Source: @lebowskipublishers

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