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The Woman From Saint Germain - J.R. Lonie

The Woman From Saint Germain

Paperback Published: 1st March 2019
ISBN: 9781925750621

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Suite Francaise meets the fugitive as two strangers go on the run to outwit the Nazis in 1941

She is a celebrated writer stranded in Paris after her French lover is killed fighting the German invasion. He is an enigmatic foreigner with a dangerous secret, fleeing Nazi-controlled Austria. Only the war could bring them together.

Armed with a precious first edition of Finnegans Wake and an even more precious stash of Chesterfield cigarettes to barter with, Eleanor Gorton Clarke joins the sea of refugees escaping the city for the Spanish frontier. But when a stranger kills two German soldiers to save her life, Eleanor is forced on the run with her mysterious rescuer, pursued by a vengeful detective from the Wehrmacht.

Two strangers from vastly different worlds, the unlikely pair despise each other at first. But as the ruthless hunt for the two fugitives escalates and they are forced to become allies to survive, a powerful attraction erupts between them.

As their relentless German pursuer begins to close the net, a heartbreaking discovery forces the great romantic novelist to experience something she was supposed to know all about – the true nature of love.

About the Author

J. R. Lonie is otherwise known as John Lonie, a screenwriter, playwright and script editor whose credits include some of Australia’s top TV dramas and films. He was head of screenwriting at the Australian Film Television and Radio School for seven years, during which he also co-wrote the feature film Kokoda. He is one of the writers on the popular television series, A Place to Call Home. He is presently working on his next novel. He lives in Brisbane.

ISBN: 9781925750621
ISBN-10: 1925750620
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Published: 1st March 2019
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.4  x 3.0
Weight (kg): 0.55

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