A Time for Silence

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Putnam, 1991 - Fiction - 349 pages
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Though ensonced in an exclusive Belgian finishing school, Lucinda discovers that she cannot always be protected from life. She learns the truth of her friend Annabelndia's romantic escapades just as the terror of World War I sends the German army sweeping across Europe, sending the girls fleeing for home. Escorted by handsome Major Marcus Merrivale, they struggle toward England, unaware that a shared secret they cannot discuss is a ticking bomb, waiting to dash their desires. They do not realize that the harsh necessities of war are killing the world they once knew, or that the sly invasion into their ives of a sinister enemy will challenge friendship and destroy love--and that Lucinda's cherished dreams may never come true....

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Review: A Time for Silence (Daughters of England #17)

User Review  - Sakura Yue Michaelis - Goodreads

I read this book a long time ago. It has several elements similar to my favorite book of Holt, The India Fan; but this book is not as good as the other one. I read it only once, and that is something ... Read full review

Review: A Time for Silence (Daughters of England #17)

User Review  - Janet - Goodreads

This book takes place in England during WWI. It is the story of two friends who go to boarding school together, the choices they make, and how those choices affect both their lives. Philippa Carr is ... Read full review


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