24 Feb Americans in the French Resistance—with Sarah Sundin
Today’s conversation is a great one. I talked with Sarah Sundin about her latest release, Until Leaves Fall in Paris. The novel tells the story of American expat Lucie Girard during WWII. Lucie stays in Paris during the German occupation to run a bookstore for her Jewish friends who’ve wisely decided to find a safer place to reside. Lucie’s story was inspired by Sylvia Beach of Shakespeare and Company. Until Leaves Fall in Paris was a truly enjoyable read. (To get the lowdown on more of the books I read, click on this link to my patreon page and consider supporting my work.)
More about the author:
Sarah Sundin enjoys writing about the adventure and romance of the World War II era. She is the bestselling author of historical novels, including Until Leaves Fall in Paris, When Twilight Breaks, and the Sunrise at Normandy series. Her books When Twilight Breaks and The Land Beneath Us were Christy Award finalists, The Sky Above Us received the 2020 Carol Award, and both When Tides Turn and Through Waters Deep were named to Booklist’s “101 Best Romance Novels of the Last 10 Years.” A mother of three adult children, Sarah lives in California and teaches Sunday school and women’s Bible studies. She serves as co-director for the West Coast Christian Writers Conference, and she enjoys speaking for church, community, and writers’ groups.
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