By far the most depressing book of the trilogy. If you read When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit and Bombs on Aunt Dainty, don't feel you need to read this one as well to finish things off.
The story jumps forward eleven years after the end of the war. Anna's mother in Berlin attemps suicide and ends up in a coma, and Anna flies from London to be with her. Although it covers a little of the times - the Russian invasion of Hungary, what it was like for people in Berlin after the war - the main bulk of the story is Anna dealing with how she feels about her mother, and her's mother's right to die if she wants to. I only read it to the end hoping to find some redeeming quality, some insight, something to make things worthwhile, but I never found it.