Virginia R. Degner
Synopsis of Brindle Hall
Virginia R. Degner
When World War II threatens to trap Zelda and her nieces in the Warsaw Getto, she flees with them from Poland to Scotland and her family home.
Virginia R. Degner brings readers to Brindle Hall, in the heart of Scotland’s Sutherland. A place where the fields in spring flourish with yellow Whyn broom, purple heather, and with the first chill of autumn the countryside stirs with the hunt, balls, dinner parties and dance.
When suddenly her family is thrust into the red-hot center of the war and Zelda must choose to stay safely in the arms of her family or join the ultra-secret SOE, a precursor to the Modern MI6.
Degner brings to life compelling relationships that embrace family and enduring relationships that embrace another chance with her first love. A man who is far more determined and every bit as deadly.
A Compelling page-turning narrative that re-examines history and a family thrown into the war from a uniquely female perspective and Brindle Hall.
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