Stolen MarchesBook - 1999
Set amidst the moral and political chaos of newly liberated France in 1945, this is an extraordinary novel of love, betrayal and sacrifice. As a student in France under the German occupation, Stephen Seagrave risked his life for the Resistance. But with the German defeat come dangers of another but no less frightening kind as he searches for the Gypsy whore he tried to save from the camps. His only weapon is a compromising photograph of a collaborator, now a powerful man in the new government, whom he must blackmail into helping him. But such a dangerous game will lead him into a deadly labyrinth of deceptions and betrayals where it is no longer possible to tell friend from foe.
Publisher: London : Headline, 1999.
Branch Call Number: FIC/Crack 3588mb 1
Characteristics: 345 p. : map.