The Scent of Lilacs

The Scent of Lilacs

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Berlin, 1945. A city in ruins awaits its fate at the hands of a vengeful enemy. Leonid and Cheslav Barakovski, brothers and comrades in the Red Army, will advance in the battle to take the capital of Nazi Germany and end the war that has consumed Europe for five terrible years. It is Adolf Hitler's last great stronghold and his only remaining hope. Tanya Klarkova, a fellow Russian, waits on the other side of the battle line; a woman who has lived with the enemies of her people, and who dreads the arrival of her countrymen. The German boy Walter Schley faces an uncertain future; his young life may end before it has properly begun. And what will happen to John Marlow, an Englishman fighting for a cause his country detests? What part will each play in the desperate struggle for a devastated and bleeding city? What future can they have when the final battle is over? 'The Scent of Lilacs' is a story of suffering, despair, determination, and hope as the end draws near.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 474 pages
  • 133 x 203 x 28mm | 535.24g
  • Bristol, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1781325170
  • 9781781325179

About Haydn Corper

Haydn Corper is passionate about writing and loves history. He wrote his first novel when he was fifteen years old and has been writing ever since: novels, scripts, and articles for journals, magazines, and for his website. He's been an astronomer, a defence analyst, a public affairs and marketing consultant, a business advisor, a politician, and a guest house owner; but always a writer.Haydn is an active a member of the Historical Novel Society and of the Society of Authors. He loves conversation, good company and laughs a lot. Find out more at www.haydncorper.com
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