Review: Robert Karron on “White Shadow”

Ingrid is alone on a small Norwegian island called Barroy. She’s away from her friends and family, and she hasn’t spoken out loud for weeks. She doesn’t dwell on any of this, though. There’s too much she needs to do—stay warm, find food, repair her house, and track the weather, to see if a storm’s coming. In White Shadow, it’s 1944, and the Nazis occupy…

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