Centred on a landscape gardener commissioned to restore a Second World War memorial garden, a blind women apprenticed in a perfume factory in Nazi-occupied Provence and an intelligence officer in wartime London, The Lantern author offers three novellas cleverly interconnected to form a tale of love, mystery and murder BIG ISSUE IN THE NORTH 20140908
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Deborah Lawrenson spent her childhood moving around the world from Kuwait to China, Belgium, Luxembourg and Singapore. She is the author of six previous novels, including THE ART OF FALLING chosen for the prestigious WH SMITH FRESH TALENT promotion. She lives between Kent and a crumbling hamlet in Provence, France, which is the atmospheric setting for THE LANTERN. Find out more at www.deborah-lawrenson.co.uk
Following on from her TV Book Club success with THE LANTERN, Deborah Lawrenson returns to the south of France with another captivating story of wartime love, secrets and bravery.