Gaynor, Hazel

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The Last Lifeboat

Gaynor’s immersive novel pairs well with Jessica Mann’s nonfiction book Out of Harm’s Way: The Wartime Evacuation of Children from Britain, in which firsthand accounts and extensive research relate the experiences of children who were removed from their families and taken to foreign countries. Similarly, Julia Kelly’s novel The Lost English Girl takes place at the very beginning of the war when children were being evacuated to the countryside.

Meet Me in Monaco: A Novel of Grace Kelly’s Royal Wedding

A sparkling tale that will delight Francophiles and fans of historical fiction alike. These characters are engaging and expertly drawn, and their story is as evocative as the lingering traces of a fine eau de parfum. [See Prepub Alert, 1/7/19.]

The Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter

Readers seeking a deep examination of bravery in the face of grief and the strength of women in families will appreciate this title. [See Prepub Alert, 4/9/18.]

The Girl from the Savoy

Suggest to fans of Sarah Jio and readers of historical fiction who like interconnected stories and don't mind a few coincidental plot points. [See Prepub Alert, 12/7/15.]

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