Perfectly Ordinary People (Paperback)
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Perfectly Ordinary People (Paperback)

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Paperback 399 Pages
Published: 26/07/2022
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In occupied France, two people sacrificed everything. Now their granddaughter has come looking for the truth…

Ruth’s childhood was a happy one, and her family—on her mother’s side—large and loving. But her father’s French origins have always remained a mystery. Now, with aged relatives beginning to die, Ruth decides to research her father’s family before it’s too late.

When she discovers a series of long-lost cassettes, everything she thought she knew about them shatters. The tapes expose an unimaginable truth – an epic wartime story of hidden love and sacrifice, stretching back to occupied France.

These long-buried confessions will rock Ruth’s family—and finally piece together the puzzle of her father’s heritage. But are any of them ready for the truth?

Publisher: Amazon Publishing
ISBN: 9781542032476
Number of pages: 399

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“Fabulous!”

Ruth has a relatively happy childhood with her brother but then one family Christmas things are thrown into the air and a family divide begins when her Father makes some antisemitic comments. This opens a whole can... More

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“Wonderful read”

I read this book courtesy of NetGalley. Another wonderful read from Nick Alexander. I got totally immersed in this story especially the parts from the Second World War which were absolutely riveting being in... More

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Sarah -Bookworm Extraordinaire

“Highly recommended!”

I was drawn to this book as I love books set in WWII however, I have never read about the LGBTQIA experiences during ww2. The historical content is hard to read, the descriptions of how gays and Jewish people in... More

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