A Parachute in the Lime Tree

A Parachute in the Lime Tree

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Ireland, April 1941. German bombers are in the air, about to attack Belfast. Four people's lives are about to intertwine in a climate of war, exile, and ever-uncertain neutrality. Oskar, a war-weary Luftwaffe conscript, longs for escape. Meanwhile, his sweetheart Elsa, who was forced to flee Berlin for Ireland two years ago, is haunted by the plight of the parents she left behind. After a chance encounter with Elsa, young medical student Charlie finds himself falling in love. In remote Dunkerin, Kitty awakes to find a parachute trapped in one of the lime trees. When she discovers Oskar, injured and foraging for food in her kitchen, he becomes a rare and exciting secret. But Ireland during the `Emergency' is an uneasy place, and word of the parachute soon spreads.show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • The History Press Ltd
  • United Kingdom
  • 0752480650
  • 9780752480657

About Annemarie Neary

Annemarie Neary was educated at Trinity College Dublin and the Courtauld Institute, London. She is the winner of the Columbia Journal fiction prize, 2011 (US), and of the inaugural Posara Prize, 2011 (Italy). Closer to home, Annemarie has won placings in the international Fish and Bridport prizes, having been shortlisted for Bridport three years running. In 2009, she won the Bryan MacMahon short story award. Her short stories have been anthologised and published in magazines in the UK and Ireland.show more

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