Review: COVENTRY by Helen Humphreys

coventryWanda from A Season to Read recently reviewed Coventry by Helen Humphreys.  Here’s an excerpt:

Centering around the evening events of November 14, 1940 when Coventry fell to the raids of German bombers, this story unfolds in two voices, those of Harriet Marsh and Maeve Fisher. Through their memories of another war and their experiences of this night we come to know the degree and meaning of loneliness, struggle and loss that these two women have endured. This is a novel that not only chronicles the horror of a Blitz but also portrays the cost and rewards of love in a time of war.

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