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The Letter: The #1 Bestseller that everyone is talking about: The most heartwrenching love story and World War Two historical fiction for summer reading

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A story of two women whose lives become entwined when one discovers a letter that was written in 1939 but never sent. (never posted; not online posted, but postmarked-stamped). Review: The Christmas Love Letters by Sue Moorcroft @SueMoorcroft @AvonBooksUK @rararesources #blogtour #newrelease #romance #Christmasread #RespectRomFic #TheChristmasLoveLetters October 27, 2023

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Y luego personajes como el padre de Christina y las monjas que despertaron en mí el más absoluto de los desprecios.

All across the USA, people are showing up dead. The deaths don't appear to be connected in any way until one particular death occurs and gets the Secretary of Defense's attention. He arranges for a task force to investigate. Wonderful! First book I have read by Kathryn Hughes and will now read her previous stories. I loved it *****'

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This story contains many of the aspects I love about the art of fiction writing: love, loss, time-travel and brilliantly developed characters. I thought the modus operandi was inspired; I love it when an author can confidently jump between time periods to deliver a beautifully interwoven story. Review: The Christmas Love Letters by Sue Moorcroft @SueMoorcroft @AvonBooksUK @rararesources #blogtour #newrelease #romance #Christmasread #RespectRomFic #TheChristmasLoveLetters Violet Skye regrets her decision to travel abroad leaving her young daughter behind. As the sun dips below the mountains, she reminds herself she is doing this for their future. Tonight, 4th June 1978, will be the start of a new life for them. This night will indeed change Violet's destiny, in the most unexpected of ways...The novel’s title, The Key, can be interpreted in several different ways. Which do you find the most significant? Kathryn Hughes’ new ebook The Letter offers readers a chance to absorb themselves in the lives of two women, born decades apart but whose lives share a number of parallels. The novel explores two historical strands, bringing together an abused housewife from the 1970s and a young girl from the early 1940s in a story of love, loss and unexpected consequences. Review: No. 23 Burlington Square by Jenni Keer @JenniKeer @BoldwoodBooks @rararesources #blogtour #publicationday #BoldwoodBloggers #histfic #romance #RespectRomFic

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