A big, poignant and heartwarming story of war, flight, a divided family... and the power of love to change lives. In 1926 the Holborn twins, Ginny and her blind sister Emily, disappear from their comfortable home in Wolverhampton.
Why? No one knew. Ten years later, aspiring solicitor Charlie Commoner is dispatched to France to track them down. What he finds instead is a mystery, a tragedy and a love affair. But as the Second World War darkens over Europe, so, too, does the legacy from a terrifying disease that holds the family in its grip...
'Beryl Kingston understands how to weave dialogue, character, theme and a thumping love affair into unity.' (Sunday Times)
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