Saturday, February 13, 2016

Through a Darkened Lens


The Photographers Wife by Suzanne Joinson


In one of the most beautifully written works of historical fiction, Joinson goes from Jerusalem in 1920 to Shoreham, England in 1937 through Prudence (or Prue). Prue at 11 in Jerusalem is with her architect father and his plans to chart and change the city, with the help of Eleanora Rasul's aerial photographs. When William Harrington, the pilot hired to fly Eleanora, comes to see Prue in 1937 in Shoreham, her past comes with him.




















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"The Photographer's Wife" by Suzanne Joinson, published by Bloomsbury, released February 2, 2016, is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo Books (USA, Canada & Australia), iTunes (iBook or Audiobook), eBooks.com, The Book Depository (free worldwide delivery), new or used from Better World Books (where your purchase supports libraries and world literacy) or  Alibris as well as from an IndieBound store near you. I would like to thank the publishers for giving me an ARC of this book via NetGalley.
 
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