The Death of the Fronsac: A Novel

by

Write The First Customer Review

This is an unforgettable recreation of life in wartime, and of the tragic fate of Poland in the twentieth century: a novel about sabotage, betrayal and the terrible sadness of exile. In 1940, during the Phoney War, a French destroyer blows up in the Firth of Clyde. The disaster is witnessed by Jackie, a young girl who, for a time, thinks she caused the explosion by running away that day from school; by her mother Helen, a spirited woman married to a dreary young officer; and by a Polish officer, whose country has just been ...

The Death of the Fronsac: A Novel 2017, Head of Zeus, London

ISBN-13: 9781786694379

Hardcover

Select