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War Bonds: A Novel of World War... - Pamela Norsworthy

War Bonds: A Novel of World War Two

Pamela Norsworthy
Black Rose Writing (February 15, 2024) , English
607 ratings

“A sterling achievement, compelling from the first scene to the last.” –Shirley Miller Kamada, author of No Quiet Water1939: As Hitler's Panzers storm the Polish border, a small boy boards a train bound for the British countryside where strangers will safeguard him from bombs soon to darken London skies. The boy's mother, Beryl, a hospital nurse, stays back to tend to the shredding wounds inflicted by the lethal German assault. Her depleting days are made worse when she learns her husband, Gordon, has become a prisoner of war, interned at a camp deep in the Reich.Beryl forges a bond—tenuous and complicated—with an American pilot who helps mitigate her anguish over the husband and son she misses deeply. As their relationship intensifies, Gordon is sent on a work detail to the home of the camp commandant. There, he draws the eye of commandant's wife, a woman of sophistication who hates the Polish backwater where her husband is posted. Their liaison could free Gordon from the hell he endures inside the prison camp and lead him into an utterly new life—if he's willing to forsake the oaths he's taken, the promises he's made.These ties that bind—forged in the crucible of war—sustain Beryl and Gordon through their darkest days. But will these powerful new bonds subvert their chance to reunite at war's end?Pick up your copy of War Bonds to savor World War Two fiction at its best, infused with real-life anecdotes recounted by the author's father, a survivor of a German POW camp liberated by Patton's army in the final days of the war.