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Wild lavender

At fourteen, Simone Fleurier is wrenched from her home on a Proven?l lavender farm and sent to work in Marseilles. Her life there is hard and impoverished, but Simone discovers the music hall and a dream: to one day be a famous dancer and singer. But when war threatens, Simone makes a decision that will lead to great danger - yet ultimately prove that love, just like wild lavender, can grow in the least likely of places... Belinda Alexandra has created a tale of passion and courage that moves from the backstreets of Marseilles to the grand music theatres of Paris, from the countryside of Provence to decadent pre-war Berlin and jazz-age New York. WILD LAVENDER is a feast for the senses that will live on in the imagination long after the book is closed.

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Author Alexandra, Belinda
Title Wild lavender [electronic resource] /
Publisher [Sydney] : : HarperCollins,, 2013.
Note Downloadable eBook.
Fiction.
At fourteen, Simone Fleurier is wrenched from her home on a Proven?l lavender farm and sent to work in Marseilles. Her life there is hard and impoverished, but Simone discovers the music hall and a dream: to one day be a famous dancer and singer. But when war threatens, Simone makes a decision that will lead to great danger - yet ultimately prove that love, just like wild lavender, can grow in the least likely of places... Belinda Alexandra has created a tale of passion and courage that moves from the backstreets of Marseilles to the grand music theatres of Paris, from the countryside of Provence to decadent pre-war Berlin and jazz-age New York. WILD LAVENDER is a feast for the senses that will live on in the imagination long after the book is closed.
Classification Adult.
Subject Historical Fiction.
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