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Women in War

Lizzie Lane / Lucy Scott
She must face the terror of war alone to survive. . . 1939 - India When headstrong Nadine Burton learns that the woman she thought was her Indian Ayah was in fact her mother she rebels against her father in a flamboyant display of disrespect and dares to dance with her two local best friends at a public party. Her father local official Roland Frederick Burton is furious. He arranges for her to be exiled from India and married off to Australian Martin McPherson owner of a rubber plantation north of Singapore. Within a year Singapore falls to the Japanese. Martin is killed and Nadine becomes a prisoner of war imprisoned in Sumatra where her dancing skills don't go unnoticed by the captors. Amidst the horror she finds a friend in a Japanese American major caught up in the war whilst visiting his grandparents in Japan. Much like her he straddles two cultures and worlds. As their love deepens boundaries are crossed and together they must unite to survive.

  • Published by Boldwood
  • Fiction/Non-FictionFiction
  • Target Audience Adult
  • Released 31st March 2023
  • Duration 11 Hrs. 02 Mins.