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In 1942, America pinned its hopes on one woman to prevent the Nazis from developing an atomic bomb...

Elsa Kristiansen, a brilliant young physicist and a committed pacifist, finds herself torn from her moral foundations and thrust into a world of danger and deception during the height of World War II. As she embarks on a perilous mission to stop the Nazis from developing a devastating weapon, Elsa must confront not only the enemy but also her own deepest beliefs.

Impersonating the enigmatic Dr. Paula Aadland, a woman whose values and actions she despises, Elsa must become the very thing she hates to navigate a treacherous landscape of secrets and lies. With each passing day, as she delves deeper into the heart of the Nazi war machine, Elsa begins to question everything she thought she knew about herself and the world around her.

As she grapples with the moral implications of her actions and the blurring lines between her own identity and that of her alter ego, Elsa embarks on a profound journey of self-discovery and transformation. "A Life Stolen" is a thrilling tale of courage and conviction, a testament to the unbreakable spirit of one remarkable woman as she fights to save the world and, ultimately, redeem herself.

Based on historical events and real people.

Genre: Historical

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