Lawhon's historical fiction is an account of the last flight of the Hindenburg airship in 1938.
Starts well although there are lots of characters to parse. The author amps up the tension to thriller level as the book moves along. The NYT review cites errors in details, which I found distracting as well. I’m a foodie who knows German and period food. The author got much wrong. Her characters also use expressions that are clearly much more recent than the 1930s. Disappointed.