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The Postcard
by Leah Fleming


Overview - At her father s funeral, a woman makes a shocking discovery that will send her across oceans and into the past how far will one woman journey to uncover a long-lost family secret?
2002, Australia. When Melissa discovers a postcard addressed to a man named Desmond among her recently deceased father s effects, she is determined to discover this person s identity and his relationship to her father.
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Overview
At her father s funeral, a woman makes a shocking discovery that will send her across oceans and into the past how far will one woman journey to uncover a long-lost family secret?
2002, Australia. When Melissa discovers a postcard addressed to a man named Desmond among her recently deceased father s effects, she is determined to discover this person s identity and his relationship to her father. She soon embarks on a journey that will take her across oceans and into the past
1930s, London. Caroline grew on a secluded Scottish estate with her Aunt Phoebe. Now, the shocking realization that Phoebe is actually her mother fuels a rebellious streak in Caroline, who elopes to Cairo to get married. But her marriage quickly turns sour and leads to an affair with an old lover, and to a baby boy, Desmond. With her personal life in tatters and WWII approaching, she volunteers as a secret agent, smuggling valuable information into Europe for the British government.
When Caroline finally returns from the war, Desmond is gone; he was secretly taken to Australia by his nanny years before. Will Caroline be able to track him down? And how will her journey to find her son lead to Melissa s mission to uncover her father s past?"

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780857204028
  • ISBN-10: 0857204025
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster (UK)
  • Publish Date: March 2016
  • Page Count: 416


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