Against the backdrop of France during the Second World War, Nicole, a young British woman, must face her own challenges. As the Nazi forces advance, Nicole tries to escape to England but becomes separated from her family and eventually returns to occupied Paris.
There, as the war intensifies, Nicole’s commitment to the Resistance deepens and she begins to write for the underground Valmy newspaper. However, her growing involvement leads her into increasing danger, facing the constant fear of arrest and execution or deportation.
Nicole’s War is an evocative and moving exploration of love, the power of hope in the face of adversity and the unyielding spirit of those who fought for freedom during one of history’s darkest periods.
Andrée Rushton lives in London and has degrees in both history and social work. She was a social worker before becoming a civil servant until retirement. Nicole's War is Andrée's third historical novel, following The War Baby (2016) and The Hanged Man (2020). Andrée also writes short stories and poetry and is the secretary of the Friends of Putney Library.
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