‘A compelling and powerful read’ – Gill Thompson, USA Today bestselling author of The Child on Platform One
‘A powerful and thoughtful novel’ – Louise Fein, author of Daughter of the Reich
‘A gripping tale of wartime sacrifice and innocence lost in the cause of freedom’ – Jina Bacarr, author of Her Lost Love
1942. With the war raging in Europe, AdÃ¨le Ambeh dreams of a France that is free from the clutches of the Nazis. As the date of her marriage to a ruthless man draws closer, she only has one choice: she must run.
AdÃ¨le flees to Lyon and seeks refuge at the Sisters of Notre Dame de la Compassion. From the outside this is a simple nunnery, but the sisters are secretly aiding the French Resistance, hiding and supplying the fighters with weapons. AdÃ¨le quickly finds herself part of the efforts to take down the regime.
As each day fills with a different danger and she begins to fall for another man, AdÃ¨le’s entire world could come crashing down around her.
She must fight for her family, her country – and her own destiny.
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1942. AdÃ¨le dreams of a France that is free from the clutches of the new regime. Fleeing a marriage to a ruthless man, she takes refuge in a nunnery – where the sisters are aiding the Resistance, and soon AdÃ¨le is too…
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