A farewell to France

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Macmillan, May 1, 1983 - Fiction - 628 pages
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Separated by the German invasion, Sonia Riccardi and Larry Astell, lovers before the war, must each help restore their country's freedom and their own chance for happiness

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I read this book some 20 years ago, and I still have fond memories of it. It is one of a few books I still remember because the story was so gripping, and I wished the story never ended!

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I have read my copy of this book so many times it has begun to fall apart. It is epic in scope and is set in in one of my favorite historical periods. Pre WWII France and wartime France with the ... Read full review

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Noel Barber is the author of six bestselling novels that draw upon his experience as a foreign correspondent from the 1940s to the 1960s, including "The Black Hole of Calcutta," "The Other Side of Paradise," and" A Woman of Cairo," He died in 1988.

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