Summer of Love (Paperback)Caro Fraser (author)
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The dark days of the war are over, but the family secrets they held are only just dawning.
In the hot summer of 1949, a group of family and friends gather at Harry Denholm's country house in Kent. There's Meg and Dan Ranscombe, emerging from a scandal of their own making; Dan's godmother, Sonia and her two young girls, Laura and Avril. Only one of whom is Sonia's biological daughter.
Amid the heat, memories, and infatuations, a secret is revealed to Meg's son, Max. Then a terrible tragedy unfolds that has consequences for them all.
'A great big satisfying saga full of passionate love, ghastly betrayal [and] thrilling drama' DAILY MAIL.
'Fraser keeps the reader hooked' SUNDAY TIMES.
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Number of pages: 496
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
'A great big satisfying saga full of passionate love, ghastly betrayal and [...] thrilling drama' Daily Mail.
'Fraser keeps the reader hooked with the twists of her protagonists' love affairs, but the real star of this book is her portrait of a disappearing life, as Sonia Haddon and ilk face war with varying degrees of courage' The Sunday Times.
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