To any authors/publishers/ tour companies that are looking for the reviews that I signed up for please know this is very hard to do. I will be stopping reviews temporarily. My husband passed away February 1st and my new normal is a bit scary right now and I am unable to concentrate on a book to do justice to the book and authors. I will still do spotlight posts if you wish it is just the reviews at this time. I apologize for this, but it isn't fair to you if I signed up to do a review and haven't been able to because I can't concentrate on any books. Thank you for your understanding during this difficult time. I appreciate all of you. Kathleen Kelly April 2nd 2024

09 February 2021

Restitution By Janet Lee Berg Book Tour! @janetleeberg1 @maryanneyarde #HistoricalFiction #Restitution #BlogTour #CoffeePotBookClub

December 8th – February 9th 2021 

Book Title: Restitution 

Series: Sequel to "Rembrandt's Shadow" 

Author: Janet Lee Berg 

Publication Date: 30th September 2020 

Publisher: Koehler 

Page Length: 262 Pages 

Genre: Historical Fiction  

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About the book

“Restitution” is the riveting, multigenerational story of Sylvie Rosenberg, a Holocaust  survivor traumatized by the memory of her art dealer father forced to trade paintings with the  Nazis in an attempt to save their large extended family. Sylvie’s adult life in 1970s New  York is plagued by survivors’ guilt and bitterness. But when her self-destructive ways  threaten to upend the life of her Vietnam-vet son, Sylvie finally needs to face her  demons. She returns to Holland to confront her past and fight the Dutch judicial system for  the return of the masterpieces, but the battle proves far more difficult than Sylvie imagined... 

Weaving in tragic true events from her own family history, Berg offers a sensitive story of  history, romance, and humor along with detail from the extensive research of Lynn H.  Nicholas, the world’s leading expert on art pilfered during WWII. Over 80 years later, the  real family still awaits justice and the return of artwork that continues to hang on museum  walls, without noting their tragic history…  

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Janet Lee Berg  

Janet Lee Berg is a native New Yorker with a residence in Charleston, SC. She is also  author of several other works of fiction and children’s books and has had her work featured  in the local, regional, and national press. A journalist in the Hamptons, Janet Lee Berg has  interviewed numerous celebrities and pursued an MFA in Creative Writing, under the  direction of published professors including Frank McCourt, author of Angela’s Ashes.  

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  1. Thank you so much for hosting today's blog tour stop!



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