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The ​present
Emilie de la Martiniéres has always fought against her aristocratic background, but after the death of her glamorous, distant mother, she finds herself alone in the world and sole inheritor of her grand childhood home in the south of France. An old notebook of poems leads her in search of the mysterious and beautiful Sophia, whose tragic love affair changed the course of her family history. As Emilie unravels the story, she too embarks on her own journey of discovery, realising that the château may provide clues to her own difficult past and finally unlock the future.

The past
London 1943. A young office clerk, Constance Carruthers, is drafted into the SOE, arriving in occupied Paris during the climax of the conflict. Separated from her contact in her very first hours in France, she stumbles into the heart of a wealthy family who are caught up in a deadly game of secrets and lies. Forced to surrender her identity and all ties to her homeland and her… (tovább)

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Eredeti megjelenés éve: 2012

Pan Books, London, 2020
ASIN: B0861R7VN1 · Felolvasta: Miranda Raison
Pan Books, London, 2012
532 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 9781447218425
Pan Books, London, 2012
400 oldal · ASIN: B008R5PYI8

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Lucinda Riley: The Light Behind the Window

Jó családtörténet, de néhol gyerekes. A vége meg, pff, nem-nem.
Nem bánom, hogy elolvastam, élvezetessé tette a munkába buszozást, de a 7nővér után (csak az elsőt olvastam ), jobbat vártam. Lehet, azon a magyar fordítás segített?

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