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Alana NewhouseIn his quest to learn about Marion, who was 11 when she was killed, Aly draws on every imaginable source: He places an article in a German newspaper and scours municipal records, old Berlin telephone books and even switchboard.com—to dig up what is quite probably every recorded word and artifact relating to Marion and her family…Into the Tunnel is more an exercise in historical inquiry than a rich narrative of a girl's life. But Aly can hardly be blamed for this. Marion Samuel did not live long enough, or visibly enough, to leave behind more clues.
—The New York Times