For readers of Martha Hall Kelly and Beatriz Williams, "a story of female freedom and constraints that doesn't shy away from the trauma—and joy—that faced U.S. women"(Kirkus) during a pivotal period in American history.
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Massachusetts, 1954. Alice Campbell escapes halfway across the country and finds herself in front of...
"A compelling story of love, courage and forgiveness. Highly recommended." —Historical Novel Society
"A sure bet for readers of personal war stories and those who want to know, 'What about the women and children?'" —Booklist
Inspired by true events, For Those Who Are Lost begins on the eve of the Nazi invasion of the island of Guernsey, when terrified parents have a choice to make: send...