Enemies of the Heart (Paperback)Rebecca Dean (author)
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June 1909, in a large Berlin mansion, cousins Zelda and Vicky are about to meet brothers Berthold and Josef for the first time - an evening that will alter the course of their lives forever...
Vicky Hudson is only seventeen when she marries Berthold and moves from her idyllic Yorkshire home to Berlin. She finds it hard to adjust to her new life, not least when she discovers that the family business she has just married into - Remer Steel - is producing weaponry for the German army. With the First World War looming, Vicky flees to Yorkshire with her children, leaving Berlin, and her husband, behind.
Striking dark-haired beauty Zelda Wallace is no stranger to marriage. Widowed at just twenty-one with a young son, she is eager to meld into Berlin's high society and sever all ties with her American identity in order to become a true Berliner. But beneath her exotic looks, Zelda holds a deeply hidden secret that if revealed, could threaten everything she holds dear...
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 608
Weight: 390 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 30 mm
* 'An impressive, epic debut' Daily Mirror
* 'An immensely satisfying, sweeping saga ...it is one of those engrossing tales that never seems to let up on incident as we belt through four decades full of fascinating detail, skilfully written. A book to curl up with and lose yourself in.' Sarah Broadhurst
* Fans of Barbara Taylor Bradford will devour this epic as I did' The Sun
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One book I will not forget as soon as I have finished it. Well written and researched story with finely portrayed characters. A few coincidences that may be hard to believe but life is like that sometimes! I did not... More
“Enemies of the Heart”
A fantastic story and very well written. I was sorry when I finished it. This author is worthy of great praise. I am waiting impatiently for another book by this author.Thank you Rebecca Dean
“Enemies of the Heart”
this is a great book and i was dissapointed when it ended. my only complaint is that it could have been longer and gone in to certain areas in more depth- maybe over 2 books instead of one. which is only a minor... More
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