A powerful story of hope, love, and imagination, set against the horrific backdrop of the Holocaust. Two Jewish girls, Julia and Suzanne, are captured in Nazi-occupied Netherlands and transported to a ghetto. Although their world views are wildly different -- Julia is jaded and bitter, Suzanne naive and optimistic -- they become each other's closest confidants as they experience the horrors of the journey to "The Paradise Ghetto." The young women use a precious smuggled notebook to write a story. As the book unfolds, it becomes the way they communicate their growing feelings for each other. But there comes a point when reality can no longer be held at bay. If the girls' names end up on the lists of deportees to Auschwitz there will be no return. Is there a chance of escaping fate?
Regular price: £22.89
Ben Bristow is married to Jess. They have two children, Alice and Jack, and they live in a small village in the Cotswolds. Ben is left an inheritance by an uncle, a rambling old house called Willerby Grange, situated on the East Yorkshire coast. The house dates back to the year 1570 and is steeped in a checkered history. It is full of intrigue and mystery, strange noises, and even stranger discoveries.
Regular price: £14.09