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World War Two Fiction
|The Japanese Lover||Isabel Allende||
THE JAPANESE LOVER is a touching love story with an extraordinary secret that has endured for decades. The backdrop concerns internment camps that sprung up with the beginning of World War Two.
THIS COPY (shown below) was hand signed by Isabel Allende on a page that was...
|Mistress of the Ritz||Melanie Benjamin||
MISTRESS OF THE RITZ is a fascinating and thrilling take on the true story of the husband and wife...
|The Postmistress of Paris||Meg Waite Clayton||
THE POSTMISTRESS OF PARIS is the haunting book that has captivated the nation. Based of the true life story of an American heiress who risked her life to smuggle artists and intellectuals out of occupied France, this page-turner follows the dangerous adventures that take place under the Nazi's noses. It is one of the...
|Everyone Brave is Forgiven||Chris Cleave||
EVERYONE BRAVE IS FORGIVEN is set in London at the beginning of World War II, and tells the little known story of teachers sending their pupils to rural areas to protect them from Nazi air raids in London - the light skin children, that is. There is also a wartime story of romance and loss. The book is inspired by the...
|Shadows of Berlin||David Gillham||
SHADOWS OF BERLIN is a truly unforgettable saga that examines learning to love and forgive in a powerful story set in New York of the 1950s with flashbacks to the horrors of war-torn Germany. David Gillham perfectly captures the thought patterns of a survivor's guilt over actions necessary to stay alive. This epic tale...
|Wherever There Is Light||Peter Golden||
WHEREVER THERE IS LIGHT is based on the true story of traditionally African-American colleges in the 1930s rescuing Jewish-German professors and bringing them to the United States to teach. One such fictionalized case is presented with the faculty member's son falling in love with the university president's daughter....
|The Nightingale||Kristin Hannah||
THE NIGHTINGALE was named Book of the Year by many media outlets. This is one of the most powerful stories we've read and found it mesmerizing in describing the resilience of the human spirit during the horrifying years in occupied France during World War Two. It has become one of the most loved titles of the decade....
|The Last of the Seven: A Novel of World War II||Steven Hartov||
THE LAST OF THE SEVEN: A NOVEL OF WORLD WAR II is a powerful, brave and heroic page-turning story of German Jews infiltrating Nazi posts, contributing major results to the Allied victory. Bosed on historical documents, these little known events helped turn the tide of the war.
THIS COPY (shown...
|Come Landfall: A Novel||Roy Hoffman||
COME LANDFALL was inspired by true events. It is a story of hurricanes, immigrants, war, loss and renewal.
THIS COPY (shown below) was hand signed by Roy Hoffman on the title page at the store. It is a new, unread first edition opened only for signing and comes with a...
|Whatever It Took: An American Paratrooper's Extraordinary Memoir of Escape, Survival, and Heroism in the Last Days of World War II||Henry Langrehr||
WHATEVER IT TOOK is a one of a kind memoir of one paratrooper's drop on D-Day and his couragous struggle to survive. After landing in Sainte-Mère-Église under heavy anti-aircraft fire, his unit suffered numerous casualties, but kept the advancing German tanks at bay. However, he was taken prisoner on June 29, spending...