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  • Published: 2 January 2014
  • ISBN: 9781448183081
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 352

Somewhere Over England




Emotional, thoughtful... Margaret Graham has a sure, delicate touch. - Good Housekeeping

A heart-wrenching wartime novel of shame, betrayal, loyalty and love. Previously published as A Fragment of Time.

In England in the 1930s, eighteen-year-old Helen Carstairs braves the prejudice of friends and family to marry Heine, a young German photographer who has fled the growing horror of the Nazis.

But the storm clouds are gathering in Europe. When fighting breaks out Heine is interned, their small son is evacuated and Helen is left to face the Blitz alone.

And the agony of war threatens to divide a family already tormented by conflicting passions of loyalty, shame, betrayal - and love.

  • Published: 2 January 2014
  • ISBN: 9781448183081
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 352

About the author

Margaret Graham

Margaret Graham has been writing for thirty years. Her first novel was published in 1986. As a bestselling author her novels have been published in the UK, Europe and the USA.

Margaret has written two plays, co-researched a television documentary – which grew out of Canopy of Silence - and numerous short stories and features. She is Contributing Editor for Frost Magazine, and is also a writing tutor and speaker. She founded the Yeovil Literary Prize and launched the charity Words for the Wounded. WforW raises funds for the recovery of wounded troops by donations, LitFests and the Independent Author Book Award writing prize.

For more information about Margaret Graham, visit her website at www.margaret-graham.com and www.wordsforthewounded.co.uk

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Praise for Somewhere Over England

Emotional, thoughtful... Margaret Graham has a sure, delicate touch.

Good Housekeeping

An unputdownable story of love, war, compassion and struggle …This is a wonderful, layered book. One that you never forget after you have read it. Essential reading.

Frost Magazine

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