Check out this extract from the book, Shelter, by Sarah Franklin, as featured in this post from Linda’s Book Bag blog.
I know we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover and I don’t usually like those which feature real people, but Shelter by Sarah Franklin just screams at me to read it. I’m delighted I have a copy waiting for me on my TBR and that I can share an extract from Shelter today as part of these paperback celebrations. My grateful thanks to Midas PR for inviting me to participate.
Published by Bonnier Zaffre, Shelter is available for purchase here.
Early spring 1944.
In a clearing deep within an English forest two lost souls meet for the first time.
Connie Granger has escaped the devastation of her bombed out city home. She has found work in the Women’s Timber Corps, and for her, this remote community must now serve a secret purpose.
Seppe, an Italian prisoner of war, is haunted by his memories. But in the forest camp…
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