The French House: A war unleashed. An island occupied. A love rekindled. (Hardback)Jacquie Bloese (author)
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'A brilliantly moving historical novel' - 2020 Caledonian Novel Award panel
'Hearts don't grow old the way the rest of a person does...'
Left profoundly deaf after an accident, Emile is no stranger to isolation - or heartbreak. Now, as Nazi planes loom over Guernsey, he senses life is about to change forever.
Trapped in a tense, fearful marriage, Isabelle doesn't know what has become of Emile and the future she hoped for. But when she glimpses him from the window of the French House, their lives collide once more.
Leutnant Schreiber is more comfortable wielding a paintbrush than a pistol. But he has little choice in the role he is forced to play in the occupying forces - or in his own forbidden desires.
As their paths entwine, loyalties are blurred and dangerous secrets forged. But in a community under occupation, courage can have deadly consequences...
Lyrical, moving and compelling, this is a novel about wanting to hear and learning to listen - to the truths of our own hearts. Perfect for lovers of The Nightingale, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society and All the Light We Cannot See.
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 41 g
Dimensions: 240 x 156 mm
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