Frequent contributor to NYT from Europe Nina Siegal’s THE DIARY KEEPERS, based on select writings from a Dutch collection of 2,000 World War II diaries written by ordinary citizens and maintained by devoted archivists, shedding light on how a largely peace loving people experienced the war, including five or six first-person narratives told from various perspectives, from a Nazi-sympathizer to a Jewish journalist who documented daily activities at a transport camp, to Denise Oswald at Ecco, in a significant deal, in a pre-empt, by Marly Rusoff at Marly Rusoff & Associates (world).