Resistance

Resistance

A Novel

Book - 1995
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Grand Central Pub
A tale of impossible love in Nazi-occupied Belgium, where forbidden passions have catastrophic consequences.
Claire Daussois, the wife of a Belgian resistance worker, shelters a wounded American bomber pilot in a secret attic hideaway. As she nurses him back to health, Claire is drawn into an affair that seems strong enough to conquer all--until the brutal realities of war intrude, shattering every idea she ever had about love, trust, and betrayal.
Resistance is a tender but tragic love story, told with the same narrative grace and keen eye for human emotion that have distinguished all of Anita Shreve's cherished bestsellers.


Baker & Taylor
The wife of a Resistance worker in Nazi-occupied Belgium falls in love with a wounded American pilot, forcing her to struggle with trust and betrayal. By the author of Strange Fits of Passion. Reprint. Tour.

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& Taylor

During World War II, an injured American pilot is cared for in a safe house by a Belgian farm wife who is part of the local resistance, and together they discover passion, self-discovery, and sacrifice

Publisher: Boston : Back Bay Books, c1995
Edition: 1st pbk.ed
ISBN: 9780316789844
0316789844
Characteristics: 222 p. ; 22 cm

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