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pompom
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Looking for a good story

I am looking for books relating to World War and romance.If anybody knows,any good story,please let me,know.Thanx in advance.
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lynnstegner
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Re: Looking for a good story

What about Graham Greene's The End of the Affair? It's set during World War II, and the romance aspect is obvious in the title.


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NothingElegant
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Re: Looking for a good story

Have you read Atonement?
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Re: Looking for a good story



pompom wrote:
I am looking for books relating to World War and romance.If anybody knows,any good story,please let me,know.Thanx in advance.


Penny Vincenzi has a trilogy starting with world war 1 family saga set in Britain and New York about a small publishing house and their intertwined lives. There's a lot going on about the war and how the women coped during the war running the business. When the men came back and coping with the aftermath. There's so much to describe The first one is No Angel, then Into temptation and something dangerous

Hope you enjoy
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