Wales, 1944. Captain Rotheram, a Jewish refugee working for British Intelligence, arrives to interrogate the infamous Rudolf Hess. In a prison camp near a remote Snowdonian village, a young German soldier wrestles with the shame of his surrender. And among the curious locals is seventeen-year-old Esther Evans who longs to experience the wider world. When their connect, all three will come to question their deepest loyalties, as the war irrevocably alters the course of their lives.
Casting fresh list on dark times, THE WELSH GIRL captues the extraordinary intensity or wartime relationships as it explores the bonds that hold us to family, country, and ultimately our fellow man.
‘Moving. memorable and beautifully written … a gripping human story: .. it leaves one thinking about the nature of cowardice and patriotism, identity and roots’ –Jessica Mann, Sunday Telegraph
In good preloved condition. Originally sold for $30 NZ