I have enjoyed several excellent WWII books this year, including the Tattooist of Auschiwitz, and notice some overlap with this book. The premise of the book is a bit different from the others I have read and look forward to this book being released.
Cilka is a survivor of Auschwitz and Berkinau, but despite the liberating troops allowing many others to go free she finds herself being persecuted further. Sent off to a labor camp for sleeping with the Nazis and being a spy Cilka must figure out how to survive. No one wants to hear that she is innocent or that she was forced to do the things she did to protect her sister.
I am adding this book to my TBR list. The first few pages have my interested pique and need to find out more. Will do my own research while I wait for the book to be released next week.