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Selected Poems 1985-1993 written by Carol Ann Duffy performed by Carol Ann Duffy on Audio CD (Unabridged)

Selected Poems 1985-1993 written by Carol Ann Duffy performed by Carol Ann Duffy on Audio CD (Unabridged)£19.99

SELECTED POEMS is a collection of poetry chosen by Carol Ann Duffy from her first four acclaimed novels: STANDING FEMALE NUDE, SELLING MANHATTAN, THE OTHER COUNTRY and MEAN TIME (winner of the Whitbread Poetry Award). It is read by the author - the first time she's recorded her work as an audiobook.

An Act of Peace written by Ann Widdecombe performed by Carole Boyd on Audio CD (Unabridged)

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An Act of Peace written by Ann Widdecombe performed by Carole Boyd on Audio CD (Unabridged)
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ISBN:  9781405672917
Genre - Main:  Fiction
Genre - Specific:  Romance
Duration:  668 mins
Length:  Unabridged
Author:  Ann Widdecombe
Performer 1:  Carole Boyd
Rarity:  Rare

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The sequel to AN ACT OF TREACHERY From bestselling author Ann Widdecombe, a moving tale of families broken apart by war, and one boy's quest to come to terms with his history. Klaus-Pierre is the love-child of a young Frenchwoman and a senior, married German officer. Klaus-Pierre never knew his father, who was killed before he was born, and his mother was rejected by her family of patriots and resistance workers.

Cared for by his German family, Klaus-Pierre is loved and happy - but as he grows up in a Europe where old enemies are learning to cooperate, he tries to make his own 'Act of Peace' with his French relatives.

The result is a horrifying confrontation between the two families when they meet accidentally in Provence. Meanwhile, Klaus-Pierre is struggling with another quest to come to terms with his roots, as he tries to find out just what kind of man his father really was... Impressive . . .

Widdecombe skilfully and often movingly uses the boy's struggle with his own painful history to throw light on the troubled years between 1945 and the fall ofthe BErlin Wall in 1989' SUNDAY TIMES

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