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Heather Morris


New Zealand

Born in New Zealand, Heather Morris lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. In 2003, she met Lale Sokolov, a meeting that changed both their lives. As their friendship grew, he entrusted her with the task of telling the world the innermost details of his life during the Holocaust.
 

Genres: Historical
 

Non fiction
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The Jade Lily (2019)
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The Black Swan of Paris (2020)
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Paris Never Leaves You (2020)
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"Masterful. Magnificent. A passionate story of survival and a real page turner. This story will stay with me for a long time."
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The Royal Governess (2020)
(Royal Outsiders, book 1)
Wendy Holden
"A beautifully woven and exquisitely detailed story of strong upstairs/downstairs women whose lives entwine during some of the most significant periods of modern British history. . . a novel that will stand the test of time. I loved it."
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"Mark Sullivan weaves together history and memory in an epic journey of love and resilience. One of the most riveting, page-turning books I’ve read in a long time."
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Secrets of a River Swimmer (2022)
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The Good Left Undone (2022)
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"A story only Adriana Trigiani could have told. Rich in all the elements that make a story memorable, relatable; family complications we all share, choose to ignore, or seek to explain as time closes in on us. Family secrets, family jealousies, across the generations, across the landscapes under the Tuscan sun, the charm of Marseille and the rugged beauty of Scotland, Domenica creates a legacy for her children and grandchildren to unravel. Adriana is, indeed, a storyteller second to none."
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All the Lights Above Us (2022)
M B Henry
"The talent and skills M.B. has shown in her debut novel rate her as an author to follow. Her ability to express different voices of women, under different circumstances, at the same period in history is extraordinary. Telling the story of D-Day through the lives of five women, genius. History will be remembered - inclusive of the military and civilians, as it should be. Embrace these five amazing women who represent the millions of unknown. Do not judge them. This novel should be required reading for young students to remember that day - D-Day. I highly recommend it to readers of all ages and genders."

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