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The Girl Without a Name- Heartwarming Historical Fiction

The Girl Without a Name

By: Suzanne Goldring

I love a good historical fiction book. But this one has a different slant. While it begins during WII and the evacuation of the children to the countryside, it encompasses the record of the British assisting in the handover of Palestine to Israel and tackles the tough issues of PTSD.

It is the tale of one young woman searching to find out what really happened to her father during this time period and the search for the identity of the mysterious young woman in the photo of his wallet.

The author has created both a heartwarming and tragic story of two star crossed lovers. The ending will have you turning pages as it spirals towards a shocking ending! This book is well written and is sure to be a hit with fans of this genre.

This is priced right at 4.99 on Amazon Kindle.

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