Come from away : a novel of the Second World War / Genevieve Graham.
- 1 of 1 copy available at South Interlake Regional Library.
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- ISBN: 9781501142895 (paperback)
- Physical Description: 324 pages : map ; 22 cm
- Edition: Simon & Schuster Canada edition.
- Publisher: Toronto : Simon & Schuster Canada, 2018
- Copyright: ©2018
Subtitle from cover.
Includes reading group guide.
"In the fall of 1939, Grace Baker’s three brothers, sharp and proud in their uniforms, board Canadian ships headed for a faraway war. Grace stays behind, tending to the homefront and the general store that helps keep her small Nova Scotian community running. The war, everyone says, will be over before it starts. But three years later, the fighting rages on and rumours swirl about “wolf packs” of German U-Boats lurking in the deep waters along the shores of East Jeddore, a stone’s throw from Grace’s window. As the harsh realities of war come closer to home, Grace buries herself in her work at the store.Then, one day, a handsome stranger ventures into the store. He claims to be a trapper come from away, and as Grace gets to know him, she becomes enamoured by his gentle smile and thoughtful ways. But after several weeks, she discovers that Rudi, her mysterious visitor, is not the lonely outsider he appears to be. He is someone else entirely—someone not to be trusted. When a shocking truth about her family forces Grace to question everything she has so strongly believed, she realizes that she and Rudi have more in common than she had thought. And if Grace is to have a chance at love, she must not only choose a side, but take a stand."-- Page  of cover.
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