The Orphan’s Letters

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Pub Date 30 Nov 2022 | Archive Date Not set

Description

The USA Today and Globe & Mail Canadian bestseller is back with a brand new gripping and heartfelt historical novel!

Absence makes the heart grow fonder, but does nothing to heal the pain of spending every minute waiting to hear the worst…

As the Second World War rages on, nurse Kitty Pattison’s life takes a nomadic turn as her work with the Red Cross sees her traversing the country, moving from post to post.

With her best friends Jo and Trixie also scattered across the UK, and her soldier sweetheart Michael off on the continent undertaking medical missions he can’t discuss, the war takes its toll and long days are followed by sleepless nights interrupted only by nightmares of what she’s seen on the wards.

Now, Kitty’s hopes rise and fall with the arrival of the post – the only thing that keeps her connected to her aunt and uncle, her dear friends, and her Michael – and every moment spent with those she loves is held dear, because each one could be the last…

The USA Today and Globe & Mail Canadian bestseller is back with a brand new gripping and heartfelt historical novel!

Absence makes the heart grow fonder, but does nothing to heal the pain...


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ISBN 9780008492403
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PAGES 400

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This book was sent to me by Netgalley electronically for review. Thanks to the publisher. Historical fiction at its best. This author is talented and gifted at writing a cannot put down book. I would enjoy seeing this book as a movie. Caring characters…likable…lost children..touching and emotional story. This is fiction but reads like nonfiction. Curl up and be transported back…

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I was so pleased to be given the opportunity of reading the second book in this series as I had read the first book and loved it .I was not disappointed as this new book continues with the story of Kitty and her friends in the Red Cross during WW2.These girls were so brave during this awful time but there is fun and laughter as well as sadness and some definitely dodgy going ons !!! A joy of a book I can't wait to read the next book in the series .Thank you to NetGalley for my ARC.

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