Last Christmas in Paris : A Novel of World War I / By Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb
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- ISBN: 9780062562685
- ISBN: 0062562681
- Physical Description: 368 Pages, 19 pages : illustration ; 21 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of Haper Collins Publishers, 
"Includes P.S. insights, interviews and more..."--Cover
Thomas Harding travels to the City of Lights, a packet of cherished letters in hand...letters that tell a story of love and loss, friendship and family, and the innocent hopes of a generation devastated by war. As he reads the letters one more time, Tom is transported back to 1914 and the sunlit August day when Evie Elliott waves goodbye to him and her brother Will, as they head to the Western Front. All believe the war will be over by Christmas when the trio plan to reunite and celebrate the holiday among the romantic cafe's of Paris. But it is not to e. As months slip into years, Tom's and Evie's lives become bound together by the letters and telegrams, notes and stories that travel between them, from the front line in France to the quiet suburb of London. But as their friendship flourishes, there is far more than words held between the pages of Tom's and Evie's letters. Now decades later, Thomas finds himself once again in his beloved Paris, determined to fulfill a last promise and to lay to rest the ghosts of the past... but one final letter is waiting for him.
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