The New Novel
The New York Times bestselling author of A Certain Age transports readers to lush, lawless Prohibition-era Florida in this rich historical novel—an intricate blend of suspense, betrayal, and redemption set among the rum runners and scoundrels of a paradise far from home.
France, 1917. Virginia Fortescue journeys overseas with the Red Cross in order to escape the claustrophobia of a childhood spent hiding her father’s criminal past. While driving an ambulance across the battlefields of the Western Front, she meets a brilliant, charismatic British army surgeon and falls into a passionate affair. But Captain Simon Fitzwilliam’s charm disguises a history filled with its own darkness, and as the war draws to its close, Virginia is forced into a terrifying choice for herself and their unborn child.
Beatriz Williams is a New York Times and internationally bestselling author of historical fiction.
From "Cocoa Beach"
The world is so still and black, you can hear the groans of the alligators in the water below, the whispers of the night birds.
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June 26, 2017
Cocoa Beach, In Stores June 27
A few years ago, while traveling in Florida, I gazed around at that lush, overgrown...