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The Resistance Girl

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With thanks to netgalley for an early copy in return for an honest review. 
Firstly  I've  never read anything by this Author  before  and it's quite a breath of fresh air.
What an amazing read full of character  and overflowing  with information  it was quite heartbreaking  at times as to what actually happened  a truly  moving book and can highly recommend.
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A startling journey with a touch of glamour.
Paris 1943, Sylvie Martone a beloved actress is now hated, Germany is now occupying Paris and she is involved with nazi Karl Lunzer from berlin and he is glued to her side.
Juliana Chastain in Los Angeles beloved Maman has past away and going through her belongings stumbles a secret looking for her roots and who her grandmother is the story is set to unfold.
taking us back to 1926 this is Sylvie's true story.
Juliet has to go to Paris and find out more how her maman spent her childhood. This book is incredible a truly remarkable story, Sylvie diary, notes photo's and recordings are inspiring. the real story of glamourous Sylvie Martone has to be solved and told. She will never be forgotten.
I loved it
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