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Forest of Souls

Banks, Carla

Published by U.S.A.: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 2005
ISBN 10: 000719210X / ISBN 13: 9780007192106
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Title: Forest of Souls

Publisher: U.S.A.: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

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Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition..

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AUTOGRAPHED 4761 Language: eng Language: eng. Bookseller Inventory # 2A-80A

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Synopsis: A gripping psychological thriller, taking the reader from 21st century Britain to the darkest days of war-torn Eastern Europe A passion for history had already cost Helen Kovacs her marriage. Now she's paid with her life. Helen had told no one of her research into the Nazi occupation of Eastern Europe. Even her closest friend and colleague, Faith Lange, had no idea - until she began retracing the dead woman's steps. Though the police have a suspect in custody, Faith is convinced that the murderer is still at large. And she is troubled, too, by the presence of Jake Denbigh, a journalist who appears to be investigating her grandfather, Marek, a refugee from the Eastern front. Everything hinges on the memories of a 75-year-old whose will to survive preserved her through the horrors of minsk and the concentration camps, and enabled her to make a new life in England with her son. Helen's murder and its consequences will take Jake and faith on terrifying journeys: to Byelorussia where the mass graves of the kurapaty Forest have their own dreadful tale to tell; and into the heart of Faith's own family where a tragic secret lies hidden.

About the Author: Carla Banks grew up in a scholarly family. Her father, an Eastern European cavalry officer, came to the UK as a wartime refugee where he met and married her half-Irish mother. He told his children stories of his childhood in a country that had been destroyed by the war. Carla Banks has been an academic for most of her working life and is fascinated by the power of language. She lives in the north of England and now writes full time.

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