Book Of The Day – Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure

by Greg on April 23, 2013

Today’s Book of the Day is a highly rated Women’s Historical Fiction novel by Suzanne Elizabeth Anderson – and it’s 67% off for a limited time. Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure has a 4.0 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $2!

“I loved this book! I didn’t realize just how much I was going to enjoy it. I’d recommend this book to anyone and everyone! Definitely a MUST READ!!!” R.A.H. – Amazon Reviewer

Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure
by Suzanne Elizabeth Anderson
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Genre: Women’s Historical Fiction
Price: $0.99 save $2


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A heart-wrenching historical novel spanning fifty-years, two continents, and a an imagined story that holds the power to create a safe future for a young girl. This page-turning family saga soars to a breathtaking ending that redefines the meaning of love.

When Natalie and Anna, sisters and life-long rivals, hide an abandoned child from the Nazis, their struggle re-opens a star-crossed love triangle, threatening their safety and testing the bonds of their loyalty.

Hungary’s fragile alliance with Germany insured that Natalie, a best selling children’s book author, and her family would be safe as World War Two raged through Europe. The Holocaust that has only been whispered about until now becomes a terrible reality for every Jewish family or those who hide Jews.

Beautiful but troubled Anna, a poet and university professor is losing her tenuous hold on reality, re-igniting a dangerous sibling rivalry that began in childhood.

The streets of Budapest echo with the pounding boots of Nazi soldiers. Danger creeps to the doorstep where the sisters’ disintegrating relationship threatens to expose the child they are trying to protect. In one night, Anna’s rash behavior destroys their carefully made plans of escape, and Natalie is presented with a desperate choice.

Interwoven with Natalie and Anna’s story, is Mila’s. The abandoned child whose future Natalie lovingly imagines in a story about an old woman named Mrs. Tuesday.

Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure is an inspirational historical novel spanning two generations, exploring the un-breakable bonds of sisters, and the power of love to create new futures.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

I LOVED this story set in WW2. It was not the ‘usual’ run of the mill WW2 novel. It had a perspective I’ve not come across before in such novels and I found it refreshing. The cover drew me and I couldn’t put it down once I started reading it.


I just finished Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure and still trying to fight back tears. A beautifully crafted tale of a time when people’s humanity was in question. The indomitable human spirit will always survive. Great job!


This book offers a great insight to those affected by the war outside of Germany. This is a touching story that shows not even something as terrible as the Holocaust can break the bonds of family. Definitely recommend!


This story was so full of emotion… I cried at the end of the book because of the emotional ties the one twin had for her sister and her love for God. Her resolve during her life in a war torn city trying to care for her sister and her niece was so touching. I thoroughly enjoyed this easy read.


I’ve read so many stories from this time in history as it is truly my favorite period to read about. This was a unique story with intriguing characters and moved along at a great pace. I did not want to put it down.

Get Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure here: Mrs. Tuesday’s Departure

About The Author

Suzanne Elizabeth Anderson was born in Fort Lauderdale, attended the University of Michigan on an athletic scholarship for swimming, and then worked on Wall Street. She left the bright lights of the big city fifteen years ago and traveled the world. Suzanne now lives in the mountains of Colorado, with three very large Newfoundland dogs, and pursues her dream of writing books.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Suzanne Elizabeth Anderson and ENT appreciate it.


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