Kat lost her job as a reporter and had time to go to Hungary, but thought it was a scam, but she couldn't deny her father this wish.
She did find Hungary to be beautiful and interesting, but the man who contacted her father seemed like a con artist so Kat was wary.
Kat also finds more information about her father's time during the war than he had shared with her.
Will she find the woman who saved her father after all these years?
Will she find other things too?
Perhaps things she wasn’t to find?
THE NAVIGATOR'S DAUGHTER is a lovely, educational, pull-you-in read. Kat is a great character.
Women's fiction fans, mystery fans, and those fans of WWII who want to learn of what happened in Hungary will enjoy this book. 5/5
This book was given to me by the author for an honest review.