To Live Again

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Pan Macmillan, Feb 14, 2013 - Fiction - 320 pages
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The war is over and Katharine, supported by her family, gradually comes to terms with the death of her husband.

Through her father she meets Theo and they fall deeply in love. But could she really marry a former German officer considering her first husband’s brutal end? While agonising over this impossible dilemma Katharine is introduced to Maxime, an aloof young Frenchman whom she originally hopes never to meet again.

It is after she discovers the truth behind the closely guarded family secret surrounding the beautiful and mysterious Elisabeth that Katharine at last finds faith, which brings the healing she so sorely needs. She is finally able to bury the past and then find true love and live again.

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About the author (2013)

Noreen Riols was born in Malta where her father was serving in the Royal Navy, and educated at the French Lycée in London. From 1943-45 she served in SOE (Churchill's Secret Army) and post-war worked for the World Service of the BBC where she met her journalist husband, recently demobilised from the 1st French Army. After 6 months behind the Iron Curtain in Bucharest in the early fifties, they settled in Versailles where their five children were raised. For nine years she worked freelance from Paris for "Woman's Hour" while writing for many newspapers and magazines and MacMillan has just bought her eleventh book: "They shall not grow old".

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