By Barbara Taylor Bradford
From grasp storyteller Barbara Taylor Bradford comes a powerful new novel, a robust, relocating tale of 2 girls, households, and a unprecedented friendship challenged by way of tragedy and a devastating mystery from the past....
Some secrets and techniques are too bad to share--even along with your most sensible friend....
Nothing hurts just like the fact. A fact that has haunted Claire Benson all her existence. A fact that Claire has published to nobody, now not even to her ally, overseas paintings broker Laura Valiant. however the friendship that has sheltered either ladies all through youth, marriage and divorce is set to fulfill its maximum attempt. by surprise outdated nightmares floor as Claire turns to her dearest pal for aid. And as Laura's occupation leads her into the prior, in an research of paintings stolen by way of the Nazis, she uncovers irritating hyperlinks to the current, to Claire, and a profoundly own cause to keep on with a twisted path to its amazing end....
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A Sudden Change of Heart by Barbara Taylor Bradford