PODCAST: Amanda Barratt, and an untold tale of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s lost love…

It’s just your basic, every day “Boy Meets Girl, Girl waits for Boy while he’s imprisoned for plotting against Hitler” kind of love story.

And… it’s all true.

I loved this conversation with Amanda Barratt. She knows of what, and of whom she speaks. A real, bonafide researcher. In fact, I do believe Research is her middle name, or at least should be (Amanda R Barratt… it does have a certain ring to it).

Seriously, this book is not only well documented, it’s wonderfully written. And more than that, it’s downright inspiring. And we all could use a little more of that in our lives.

So listen in. Get the book. Read the book. Be inspired.

There is your mission, should you choose to accept it.


And here she is, Amanda Research Barratt herself.
You can look her up (see what I did there?), even pick up a copy of My Dearest Dietrich at https://amandabarratt.net/

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