Fair stood the wind for France

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Little, Brown and company, 1944 - Bomber pilots - 268 pages
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An English fighter pilot brings his plane down in Occupied France during WWII. The family of a French farmer risk their lives to protect him. He and the daughter of the house are drawn to each other, but it is not time to fall in love.

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Review: Fair Stood the Wind for France

User Review  - Jenny Nolan - Goodreads

This book is an absolute gem! It was published in 1944 and written in, I believe, 1942. I adore novels set in WWII, and the fact that this was written while the war still was raging makes it unique ... Read full review

Review: Fair Stood the Wind for France

User Review  - Judith Johnson - Goodreads

It's such a long time since I read this, I can't remember much detail! I bought it as my husband was playing the role of navigator in the TV adaptation. I was working for his agent at the time, and ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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