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Lost Wife

the heart-breaking and unforgettable WW2 love story which will sweep you off your feet

«This beautifully written, heart-rending, evocative novel explores the power of first love and the resilience of the human spirit.»

<i>Life & Living</i>
Separated by war and each believing the other dead, a couple meet again decades later... Les mer
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Vår pris: 115,-

(Paperback)
Leveringstid: Sendes innen 7 virkedager

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Separated by war and each believing the other dead, a couple meet again decades later...

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«This beautifully written, heart-rending, evocative novel explores the power of first love and the resilience of the human spirit.»

<i>Life & Living</i>

«'The reader is taken back to an age of innocence in pre-war Prague as the young couple fall in love. In Richman's fourth novel, the use of language is highly imaginative.'»

<i>The Daily Telegraph<i>

«The <i>Sophie's Choice</i> of this generation.»

John Lescroart, <i>New York Times</i> bestselling author

«'If you're a fan of Paulina Simon's <i>The Bronze Horseman </i>trilogy, this is right up your alley. Have the tissues near as the story of how they come to find one another again unfolds.'»

<i>GRAZIA<i>

«This is one of those rare books that will stay in my imagination for a long time.»

New Books

«Tragedy and hope, love and loss, and the strength to endure are expressed through Richman's graceful writing and powerful characters, many based on actual Holocaust victims and survivors.»

<i>Booklist</i>

«Heart-wrenching . . . a genuinely moving portrait.»

<i>Publisher's Weekly</i>

«Daringly constructed . . . Richman writes with the clarity and softness of freshly-fallen snow.»

Loring Mandel, Emmy winning playwright

«Begins with a chilling revelation and had me hooked throughout. A love story wrapped in tragedy and survival, I read THE LOST WIFE in one sitting. Tense, emotional and fulfilling: a great achievement by Alyson Richman.»

Martin Fletcher, Special Correspondent NBC News, Winner of the Jewish National Book Award

«A lyrical tale of the ravages of war, lost and the human quest for redemption.»

<i>The Good Book Guide</i>

Om forfatteren

Alyson Richman is the author of The Mask Carver's Son, Swedish Tango, and The Last Van Gogh. She is the daughter of a painter and an engineer, and her novels have been published in more than ten languages. She lives in Long Island, New York with her husband and two children.