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In a Field of Blue From The Bestselling Author Of The Road Beyond Ruin Comes A Novel About A Family Torn Apart By Grief And Secrets, Then Pulled Back Together By Hope In The Wake Of World War I England It S Been Four Years Since Rudy S Brother Edgar Went Missing In War Torn France Still Deep In Mourning And Grappling With Unanswered Questions, Rudy And His Mother Struggle To Move On When The Enigmatic Mariette Arrives Unexpectedly At The Family S Manor Claiming To Be Edgar S Widow, And The Mother Of His Child, Rudy Urges Her To Stay, Hoping She Ll Shed Light On The Missing PiecesCaptivated By Mariette, Rudy Finds That Their Mutual Loss And Grief Bind Them As Does The Possibility Of New Love But Mariette S Revelations Bring Questions Than Answers About Edgar S Death Suspicions Threaten To Divide Rudy S Already Fractured Family, Setting Him On A Quest For The Truth That Takes Him From England To France And BeyondIn His Search, Rudy Is Forced To Confront The Tragedies Of War And The Realities Of The Brother He S Lost And The Woman He S Found Will The Truth Set Him Free To Find Peace, Or Will It Forever Shadow His Future



10 thoughts on “In a Field of Blue

  1. says:

    Jumbled Family DramaThere are some things that I consider to be cardinal sins in books One of them is data dumps, where the author just tells us a bunch of information instead of weaving it into the story naturally This happened in several places in this book especially at the beginning and it certainly did slow things down Another cardinal sin, at least in my book, is not starting where the action is


  2. says:

    A complicated and beautiful love storyI ve read a great many love stories during wartime This one, during WWI, stands out for several reasons.It is not just the love of a British soldier for a young French woman It is also the love between sisters , between brothers, and the love that binds families The story is beautifully written from the aspect of several characters starting with the youngest brother,


  3. says:

    Beautiful, bitter sweet I could not put this book down It was bitter sweet Each character giving the story from their perspective I have to say that I wanted to rush through reading the chapter from Laurence s perspective


  4. says:

    I bounced between rating this book two or three stars, and finally went with three I love the cover, so maybe that nudged my rating up I read mystery, suspense, and thriller primarily, and the pacing of my favorite authors genres is quick and streamlined two things this book definitely isn t There s so much prose and internal dialogue that I struggled to get through it Some of the sentences are so convoluted that


  5. says:

    This is a WW I story with multiple protagonists, and the author has you rooting for all but the bad guy quite a feat to pull off, and she does it seamlessly The internal monologues are exquisite, the emotions are deeply felt The descriptions of being in the war, in the war zones, are striking, especially for a woman who has never experienced them first hand Though set in the last century, it s timeless a love story,


  6. says:

    Too slow to build, shows the horrors of war and peopleDisclosure I looked at the percent remaining on this book often than I d like, especially in the first section narrated by Rudy While I d like to say it was in hopes that the book had time left and secrets to reveal, it was the opposite The build up of plot and characters felt too drawn out, tedious, as if the author was paid by the word That feeling continued to so


  7. says:

    sounded interesting but the writing style didn t resonate


  8. says:

    Beautiful storyI picked this as my January Prime First Reads I picked it because I enjoy historical fiction This definitely did not disappoint It gives many perspectives to add depth to the story and shed new light on the same situations I love how it built the story upon each persons viewpoint.


  9. says:

    Fascinating and moving, a very human war story Excellent story, insightful and unexpected The shifting narration created a rounded story, one of love, of all kinds not just romantic, and survival.The details and twists intrigued and engaged, making it difficult to put the book down yet I didn t want to rush through it, as it s one of those stories with characters you re reluctant to leave.Highly recommended.


  10. says:

    Historical fictionAmazing Jaw dropping, keep you up all night good Absolutely loved it I loved all the little details that just hooked me and drew me in and the suspense as the story unfolded And then I was surprised as each character told their story This book is a must read


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