The Berlin Diary of Lady Eve Marlowe — Mother’s Day Tribute
Happy Mother’s Day…a special day for all moms!
I was reminded of a video I made about the prequel to Cleopatra’s Perfume–my sexy WWII spy story–about the heroine’s life as a cabaret dancer in Weimar Berlin in 1928. Lady Eve Marlowe wasn’t always the wife of a titled British nobleman.
She was a working girl in Berlin.
A dancer. A girl often down on her luck in a city filled with the wild and crazy times of pre-war Berlin.
But the storm was coming for anyone who could see it, as witnessed through Eve’s eyes.
Especially when she meets the mother of a murdered dancer in the theatre where Eve worked. Frau Mueller touched her life deeply.
So on this Mother’s Day, here is that video of a time gone by during the Jazz Age…and a tribute to mothers everywhere.
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