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It is 1940, the time of the Phoney War. Britain stands alone with German invaders waiting across the Channel and an anxious population preparing for the bloody battle ahead. In an isolated girls' boarding school, Judy Randall watches the encroachment of the war with a mixture of fascination and fear. She is sixteen-years-old, an anarchic misfit in an institution which ...more
Paperback, 214 pages
Published March 15th 2019 by Ignatius Press
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This book blew me away. I hated putting it down. And found myself thinking about the story all the time. Few fiction stories that I have read have been so impactful. And I have read many great stories. With reading a couple hundred books a year over the last few years it is hard for a book to really blow me away. But that is exactly what this book did. I have found myself thinking about this book for hours. And eager to get it back in my hands and give it a read. Because I read a physical copy ...more
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Fiorella De Maria is an Anglo-Maltese writer, born in Italy and currently living in Surrey. She grew up in rural Wiltshire and attended Cambridge University, where she received a BA in English Literature and an MPhil in Renaissance Literature. A winner of the National Book Prize of Malta, she has published nine novels, specialising in historical and crime fiction. Fiorella’s novels have received ...more