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"For Those Who Are Lost: A Novel"

Aired on Friday, July 22nd.
Aired on Friday, July 22nd.

"A sure bet for readers of personal war stories and those who want to know, 'What about the women and children?'" -- Booklist

Our guest is the Tulsa-area writer Julia Bryan Thomas, who joins us to talk about her newest book. Based on true events, it's a detailed historical novel exploring the complex lives led during World War II by the children (and by those who looked after them) of Guernsey, a British island in the English Channel. As was noted of this work by The Historical Novel Society: "Thomas's extensive research realistically conveys life under Nazi occupation: harassment, isolation, medicine and food shortages, and constant fear of reprisal or impressment in a camp.... What a compelling story of love, courage, and forgiveness. Highly recommended."

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