The Home Front: World War II in Fiction

The Paris Architect - Charles Belfoure
In Paris during the Nazi occupation. Lucien Bernard--who, like the book's author, is an architect--is offered a large sum of money to outsmart the Gestapo by devising unique hiding places for Jews.
The Wind Is Not a River - Brian Payton
In the Japanese invasion and partial occupation of Alaska's Aleutian Islands, war correspondent John Easley is shot down in a seaplane along with six crewmembers in April 1943, just off the barren island of Attu, and his wife Helen back home refuses to accept his disappearance.
Crooked Heart - Lissa Evans
When Noel Bostock--aged ten, no family--is evacuated from London to escape the Nazi bombardment, he lands in a suburb northwest of the city with Vera Sedge--a thirty-six-year old widow drowning in debts and dependents. Always desperate for money, she's unscrupulous about how she gets it.
The Translation of Love - Lynne Kutsukake
Intertwining stories of several protagonists in post-World War II Tokyo,including a daughter and her father repatriated after being interned in Canada..