Therese Grotrian knew she had to fight the Nazis in any way she could after the Anschluss. Gathering all the strength she had been left with after the death of her husband she set up an agency to transport Jews out of Austria. Soon, she found herself helping Britain, involved in espionage and drumming up support in America. This is the story of her amazing strength and courage in the face of a deadly enemy. The massacre at Oradour-sur-Glane was one of the most horrific and unjustified Nazi attacks of the war. With great sensitivity, Martin tells a story of two survivors: a woman and a young boy who find refuge with two British soldiers who help them flee France, offering them a life in England. These two stories reveal the great love, kindness and determination that can be found amidst great suffering and loss.