Gordon is smuggled home in a coffin and Cad decides to send a willing Kit back to France,though he warns him not to let his feelings for Liz get in the way.Vivien tracks down her daughter Yvette and ...
There is overlap in content and some other issues when compared to the the 2018 book "The Lost Girls of Paris" by Pam Jenoff. Not replication but clearly similar references to the actual women in WW2 were used or reviewed. This takes place during WW2 while the book refers back to these women in WW2 in 1946. See more »
We enjoyed this drama, having found it in out local public library. We usually enjoy English drama. Was initially a bit put off by the potential violence. However, we really enjoyed the characters. We haven't finished it yet, but wanted to check on what others had thought. If you have the chance, rent it or see it. Very enjoyable. Good for Americans post 9-11.
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