A brief review from New Masses, May 1934: "IN A NAZI GARDEN, by Lona Mosk. Vangard Press. $2. The story takes place during the year preceding the Nazi dictatorship. Anne Levy, an American Jewess, falls in love with an 'Aryan' German. They try to escape the Berlin 'nightmare' by moving to a small suburb where they live as man and wife. Nazi gossip and spying eventually make this impossible and in the end they are forced to leave. The novel is very meagre in content, and the author limits her portrait to a few of the surface phenomena accompanying the rise of Nazism." The problem may have begun with the title, which is a bit too Albert Ketèlbey.
Previously: The Strange Death of President Harding.