I just finished reading an entertaining and also insightful historical fiction novel: The Women in the Castle by Jessica Shattuck. The story chronicles the lives of three women and their families; before, during, and after WWII. The author does an incredible job of creating a variety of perspectives for her protagonists. One character is part of the German resistance from the start; one marries into it, and one woman is actually an early supporter of Hitler before defecting.
Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres to read because it brings to life the stories of people history books often fail to mention (in this case women). It is also so imperative we learn from our history lest we repeat it (pre WWII Germany had some scary similarities to our modern society). If you are looking for an enjoyable read that will also expand your viewpoint, I cannot recommended this book highly enough.