One of my highly anticipated books of 2021 has revealed the cover and blurb (and I want now).
Letters Across the Sea is the next book by bestselling historical fiction writer Genevieve Graham.
Letters Across the Sea is the story of a Protestant girl and her Jewish neighbour who are growing up in Toronto, against the backdrop of the Depression, and then the rise of Adolf Hitler, the Nazis and a wave of hate that would ignite the Second World War.
Graham, who is from Nova Scotia, has written several novels that highlight Canadian history. Her other books include At the Mountain's Edge, Tides of Honour, Come From Away and The Forgotten Home Child.
Letters Across the Sea will be available on April 27, 2021.
You can read an excerpt from Letters Across the Sea by clicking here
It's about the last stand during the Second World War, when Canadians fought against the Japanese in Hong Kong in 1941.