Heronfield by Dorinda Balchin


byDorinda Balchin

Kobo ebook | September 29, 2012

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Amidst the bombs and bullets, the fear and confusion, it is sometimes the battles within our hearts which leave the deepest scars. Experience a sweeping saga set in war-torn Europe during the desperate years of the Second World War. At its heart is a cast of characters who draw us into their lives from the defeat of Dunkirk to final victory: Tony, a young man barely in his twenties who experiences the horror of Britain’s first defeat and offers his unique talents to the war effort, only to find that his secret work threatens his relationships with those he loves. David, Tony’s elder brother, fighter pilot and hero of the Battle of Britain. Sarah, whose work with the VAD’s brings her into contact with so many, forcing her to choose between a man with loyalty and honour or another with all the characteristics of a coward. Bobby, a young American GI for whom a posting to England brings love and hope. And at the centre of it all, Heronfield, the manor house set amongst the gentle rolling downs of southern England, one time home for Tony and his family and now a war-time hospital. Heronfield, witness to six long years of loyalty and love, anger and hatred, loss and betrayal. It is difficult to set 'Heronfield' down. An amazing read - Historical Novel Society A fantastic story. I cannot recommend it highly enough - Readers' Favorite
Title:HeronfieldFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 29, 2012Publisher:Dorinda BalchinLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0957421818

ISBN - 13:9780957421813

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