The Lie That Had to Be
This historical fiction takes up the perspective of a ten year old girl whose father is an Italian & quotdetainee in Atlantic Canada during the Second World War. & quotPalermo uses a familiar YA style that makes the 1940s seem contemporary...The language is vivid...the story's sense of a terrible wrongdoing comes across loud and clear. & quot Quill & Quire
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