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Whisper on the Wind

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World War Two. For men, an era of terrible devastation, broken lives and perhaps a glimpse of heroism. But for many women, a time of opportunity, a new-found freedom, a challenge in a changing world. For Kath Allen and Roz Fairchild it's a time for shadowy secrest and forbidden love Against the express wishes of her long-absent husband Barney, Kath joins up as a landgirl a ...more
Published July 1st 2001 by HarperCollins Publishers (first published 1992)
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WHISPER ON THE WIND by Maureen Lang takes place in Belgium circa 1916. The German's have conquered Belgium, leaving its countrymen no choice but to rely on their unbreakable spirit. After fleeing two years earlier, Isa Lassone returns to her German occupied home in hopes of rescuing Edward Kirkland, the man of her childhood dreams. She is soon caught up in Edward's cause - the illegal publication of La Libre Belgique, the underground newspaper aimed at buoying the hopes of the Belgium people. He ...more
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I love Elizabeth Elgin’s book’s, they provide an authentic window in which to view the life and times of Britain during WWII written by somebody who was actually there. Her characters and settings are affecting and moving. Who wouldn’t love a book that takes you to another time and place so completely! Read it and you will probably smell the honeysuckle flowers, taste the tea and hear the roar of a Lancaster overhead, I certainly did.
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