The Lost Europeans by Emanuel Litvinoff
Coming back was worse, much worse, than Martin Stone had anticipated. Martin Stone returns to the city from which his family was driven in 1938. He has concealed his destination from his father, and hopes to win some form of restitution for the depressed old man living in exile in London.
THE LOST EUROPEANS portrays a tense, ruined yet flourishing Berlin where nothing is quite what it seems.