“…a moving story well-told of a family’s struggle to survive; a story of hope, redemption, family values, forgiveness and love—a poignant novel by a talented writer...it doesn't get any better than this.”
– Fern Michaels, #1 New York Times Best Selling Author
"...an affecting depiction of the horrors of the Dutch Holocaust and the effects of family secrets that can linger for generations."
– Publishers Weekly
“… a powerful, haunting story about love, sacrifice, and the rhapsodic draw of beauty, even for monsters. A moving rendering of a true story about an art dealer, both thrilling and historically fascinating.”
"The story of a Holocaust survivor trying to find peace by vanquishing her ghosts and embracing her rebellious son. Based on true events, Rembrandt's Shadow is both poignant and riveting."
– Elena Gorokhova, International Best Selling Author of A Mountain of Crumbs
“Filled with tragedy and mystery.... A compelling tale of loss, family secrets, and finally redemption... through this speckled darkness Berg bathes us in the light of what really matters—love.”
– Heather Dune Macadam, author of Rena’s Promise: A Story of Sisters in Auschwitz
"A striking riposte to the notion that the past should be forgiven and forgotten. Berg's story beautifully captures the generations through one family's amazing story."
– Christopher Santora, Trial Attorney, United Nations War Crimes Court for Sierra Leone
“A lovely, intimate gem of a story, about a young girl becoming a woman as her world crumbles around her, and the sacrifice of a father that will haunt her for the rest of her life, drawing on real-life events that occurred in the author’s family.”
– Anne-Marie O’Connor, award-winning author of The Lady in Gold, The Extraordinary Tale of Gustav Klimt’s Masterpiece, Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer
"Rembrandt’s Shadow is a remarkable work of recommended historical fiction!"
– Historical Novel Society