Sarah's Key is the story of two women, the young French-Jewish girl Sarah Starzynski and American immigrant to Paris Julia Jarmond. Sarah's story tells of her capture by Nazi officers and French collaborators and of her journey back to her home where she had innocently locked her younger brother in a closet, not knowing she was to be abducted. The boy dies, and decades later the journalist Julia investigates Sarah's story as a means of finding her own identity.

Summary of Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay

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