Buzzy Jackson is the award-winning author of three non-fiction books and holds a PhD in History from UC Berkeley. She was inspired to write The Girl with the Red Hair - her first novel - after visiting the Verzetsmuseum (Resistance Museum) in Amsterdam. There, she discovered the story of a young woman named Hannie Schaft, who at nineteen-years-old quit college to fight fascism and became the most wanted woman in the Netherlands during the Second World War. Buzzy lives in Colorado, USA.
Inspiring, empowering, and timely, compellingly
detailed and impressively researched, but better still, it's an
immersive story of a terrifying warren of history
through which our guide is the sort of hero we all need right
now: relatable and resolute and absolutely right * Laurie
Frankel, New York Times bestselling author of THIS IS HOW IT ALWAYS
The Girl with the Red Hair brings Hannie alive and I finished it in almost one gulp! What an amazing, inspiring, true-life hero she was ... An engrossing read. * GWEN STRAUSS, author of THE NINE: THE TRUE STORY OF A BAND OF WOMEN WHO SURVIVED THE WORST OF NAZI GERMANY *