The Black Eagle Inn



The Black Eagle Inn is an old established Restaurant and Farm business in the sleepy Bavarian countryside outside of Heimkirchen. Childless Anna Hinterberger has fought hard to make it her own and keep it running through WWII. Religion and rivalry divide her family as one of her nephews, Markus has got her heart and another nephew, Lukas got her ear. Her husband Herbert is still missing and for the wider family life in post-war Germany also has some unexpected challenges in store.
Once again Fischer tells a family saga with war in the far background and weaves the political and religious into the personal. Being the third in the Three Nations Trilogy this book offers another perspective on war, its impact on people and the themes of nations and identity.

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4 thoughts on “The Black Eagle Inn”

  1. I would love if you share your books on my blog. I am interested in reading them as well! I have been to Germany/Austria many times (and a former history teacher)- your work intrigues me!

  2. Tantalizing blurb, Christoph. I love the old photos too. Mega hugs.

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