Featured: The Dance Teacher of Paris by Suzanne Fortin
Review: “I actually teared up, reading about the sacrifices those brave people were willing to make in order to save innocent lives.”
Paris, 1942. As the Germans occupy the city she calls home, Adele Basset is determined to keep her pupils’ spirits up.
Their dance class offers a moment of solace in the dark days of occupation.
But when the Germans demand the names of her Jewish students, Adele is spurred into action. She can’t stand silent while they’re taken from her.
Hiding her Jewish pupils in the school attic, Adele puts her life on the line in search of an escape.
Joining forces with her childhood friend, Manu, the pair gradually entangle themselves in the lives of the Nazi officers.
Soon, their plan starts to take shape.
They will do anything to help the children to safety.
Even if it means paying the ultimate price to save innocent lives…
An absolutely heart-breaking and unforgettable novel about the strength of the human spirit and the courage of ordinary people in the darkest days of war.
Meet Suzanne Fortin:
Suzanne writes historical fiction, predominantly dual timeline and set in France. Her books feature courageous women in extraordinary circumstances with love and family at the heart of all the stories.
Suzanne also writes mystery and suspense as Sue Fortin where she is a USA Today bestseller and Amazon UK #1 and Amazon US #3 bestseller.
She has sold over a million copies of her books and been translated into multiple languages.
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