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On 13th September @10:00 BST the cover will be revealed for The Last Train from Paris by Juliet Greenwood. I would like to invite you to take part and reveal this fabulous cover to your followers. If you want to join in please contact me on with your name, blog name and URL. 

The Last Train from Paris by Juliet Greenwood


Genre: Historical (WW2)

Cover Reveal: 13th September 2023 @10:00 BST

Publication Date: 23rd October 2023

Publisher: Storm Publishing

1964: When student Iris returns to Cornwall to look after her mother, who is recovering from an operation, she is given a metal tin filled with letters and postcards from the Second World War, including a postcard of Paris containing the word ‘Forgive’.

Slowly, Iris begins to uncover a story of twin baby girls, separated for their own survival on the day war broke out, and the two women, one French one English, who struggle against the odds to keep them safe. She finds a tale of love, courage and determination, both amongst the blitz in London and the flight of refugees from Paris towards safety in a country torn apart by war, facing the extremes of kindness and cruelty along the way.

But there is a dark secret at the heart of this story, one from which Iris has been protected all her life. With a journalist at her mother’s door determined to uncover her family’s links to a murdered woman and a Nazi fleeing justice, it’s a past that Iris must now face; one that will change her life, and her future, forever.

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About Juliet Greenwood

Juliet Greenwood is a historical novelist, now published by Storm Publishing. Her first novel was a finalist for The People’s Book Prize and two of her books reached the top 5 in the UK Kindle store. Juliet has always been a bookworm and a storyteller, writing her first novel (a sweeping historical epic) at the age of ten. She lives in a traditional cottage in Snowdonia, North Wales, set between the mountains and the sea, with an overgrown garden (good for insects!) and a surprisingly successful grapevine.

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