Had We Never Loved So Blindly - In peril on land and sea (Paperback)
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Had We Never Loved So Blindly - In peril on land and sea (Paperback)

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Paperback 336 Pages / Published: 30/04/2021
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In 1937, fisherman's son, John Norman's first encounter of Felicity MacDougall, the daughter of a retired tea planter, is prickly at best. But, a chance meeting during a London air raid leads to a tentative romance, which becomes long distance when John joins the Navy and Felicity takes a job at the infamous, secretive Bletchley Park. Their relationship falls prey to the timeless obstacles of insecurities, doubts and misunderstandings. Can they overcome the distance between them, and also the war? This love story, forged amid the emotional intensity of WW2, is the beating heart of Liz MacRae Shaw's new novel. John and Felicity's relationship has fateful consequences, not only for them, but beyond, into the next generation...

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 9781789046038
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 322 g
Dimensions: 216 x 141 x 21 mm

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“Atmospheric of wartime, a tale of changed lives”

Capturing the style of the 1940s two inexperienced young people are thrust into the changing and difficult world of war. Atmospheric in its writing the tale turns away from the familisr romantic read in poignant... More

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“Had We Never Loved So Blindly”

This, in my opinion, is Liz MacRae Shaw’s most accomplished novel. It is beautifully researched and written with assurance and confidence. The story follows the two central characters Felicity and John Norman and... More

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“Had We Never Loved so Blindly..in peril on land and sea”

This story by Liz MacRae Shaw is the author's 3rd book and my favourite.
She dedicates it to the memory of the Merchant seamen of WW2, who included members of her family.These men suffered a higher casualty rate... More

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