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The Lost Song of Paris

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She played for love. She fought for freedom. Inspired by incredible true events, The Lost Song of Paris is a heart-wrenching story of lost love, danger and espionage and one remarkable woman''s bravery in World War Two, from the bestselling author of The Missing Pieces of Nancy Moon and The Schoolteacher of Saint-Michel . This unforgettable novel is perfect for fans of My Name is Eva , The Shut Away Sisters and The Secret Messenger . _________ ''For a moment she closed her eyes and imagined she was perched on the diving board at the Piscine Molitor, the sun beating down on her bare shoulders and the sound of Parisians at play beneath her. All she had to do was jump.'' 1941. Darkness descends over London as the sirens begin to howl and the bombs rain down. Devastation seeps from every crack of the city. In the midst of all the chaos is a woman gripping a window ledge on the first floor of a Baker Street hotel. She is perched, ready to jump. And as flames rise around her, she is forced to take her chances. 1997. Alice Tremayne has lost the two great loves in her life: her husband, Michael, and her first love, music. With the first anniversary of Michael''s death approaching, Alice buries herself in her job as an archivist. And when a newly declassified file lands on her desk, she is astonished to uncover proof that Agent ''Colette'' existed - a name spoken only in whispers; an identity so secret that it has never been verified. Her discovery leads her to MI6 ''godmother'' Verity Cooper - a woman with secrets of her own - and on to the streets of Paris where she will uncover a story of unimaginable choices, extraordinary courage and a love that will defy even the darkest days of World War Two . . . _________ FIND OUT WHY READERS LOVE SARAH STEELE: ''A beautifully worked tale of bravery, woven into the reality of a time we can''t forget'' Mandy Robotham ''An emotional, beautifully constructed read. I loved the way the clues from the past and present slowly knitted together, answering the questions that had been missing their answers for so long'' Jill Mansell ''Gripping, at times heartbreaking, but ultimately uplifting, I found this beautifully written novel impossible to put down'' Katie Fforde ''A triumph!'' Gill Paul ''Evocative writing and the storytelling is masterful. It really draws the reader in'' Felicity Hayes-McCoy ''A gripping journey about the quiet triumphs and breathtaking courage of so many women in wartime'' Jane Bailey ...

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Authors Sarah Steele, Sarah Steele
Publisher Review Headline
Languages English
Product format Paperback
Released 16.03.2023
EAN 9781472294289
ISBN 978-1-4722-9428-9
No. of pages 448
Dimensions 128 mm x 196 mm x 34 mm
Subjects Fiction > Narrative literature

FICTION / Women, Second World War fiction, FICTION / Historical / World War II, Paris (City)

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