The Silence of Memory

Keeping secrets is difficult, not keeping them can be dangerous In 1914 Elizabeth Courtney travelled to Russia with her new husband, a Cossack nobleman and confidante of Tsar Nicholas the second. As the country is plunged into war, then revolution, Elizabeth is caught up in events over which she has no control. The things she knows will haunt her all her life. Lexie Hamilton thought finding a treasure hidden deep in the Harz Mountains and moving to Israel to be with her soldier lover was more than enough adventure for one lifetime. When her father gives her a family heirloom and a cryptic message from her late great-grandmother, Lexie discovers her family has a mystery at its heart. Tracked by unknown enemies, plagued by a persistent journalist looking for a good story and accompanied by her closest friend, Sebastian Peterson, former stockbroker and Nazi hunter, Lexie is soon caught up in untangling a ninety-year mystery, although it might be safer to keep her grandmother’s secrets buried.
ISBN: 9781839450044
Type: Paperback
Pages: 432
Published: 15 September 2019
Price: $14.45

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