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Kristin Harmel
Kristin Harmel is the internationally bestselling author of THE SWEETNESS OF FORGETTING and several other novels. Her books have been translated into numerous languages and are sold all over the world. Her latest, THE LIFE INTENDED, a Sliding Doors-meets-P.S. I Love You love story is out now;... show more

Kristin Harmel is the internationally bestselling author of THE SWEETNESS OF FORGETTING and several other novels. Her books have been translated into numerous languages and are sold all over the world. Her latest, THE LIFE INTENDED, a Sliding Doors-meets-P.S. I Love You love story is out now; PEOPLE magazine named it a Top Pick, saying, "This engaging eighth novel from former People reporter Harmel is a Ghost-like love story that will keep you guessing." A longtime reporter for People magazine, Kristin's other magazine credits include Ladies' Home Journal, Woman's Day, Travel + Leisure, American Baby, Men's Health, and Runner's World magazines. Kristin graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida's College of Journalism and Communications. She has lived in Paris, Los Angeles, New York, Boston and Miami and now resides in Orlando, Fla., with her husband, Jason. Visit her at KristinHarmel.com, or follow her on Twitter at twitter.com/kristinharmel.
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Toni
Toni rated it 2 years ago
This latest chronicles the story of a skilled forger who risks her life to help hundreds of Jewish children escape the Nazis during World War 11. This unforgettable historical novel is inspired by an astonishing true story. “The Book of Lost Names” is a testament to the resilience of the human spiri...
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Toni rated it 3 years ago
This is a complex story of love, betrayal and courage told with exceptional skill. Written in heart wrenching prose “The Winemaker’s Wife” goes back and forth between time and the present: Champagne, 1940 and 2019.1940The story gives us a different perspective of Germany occupied France. As it opens...
Toni
Toni rated it 4 years ago
This is a touching story about the struggle to find normalcy during the horrors of WW11. Based on true events the tale is said from three voices in a very emotional tone. It is mainly about three lives that became interconnected by the War and the friendships that came out of it.First we are introdu...
Books & Graphics by Sharlene
Books & Graphics by Sharlene rated it 4 years ago
Extremely moving and detailed account of life in occupied Paris during World War II. Great character development and research. You will feel the tension of daily life in Paris during this time. Recommend for anyone that enjoys a moving story that grips you from page one. Historical fiction at is bes...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 5 years ago
What a trip down memory lane. As I read these short stories, it took me back to my teen years and what I recalled about Judy Blume’s novels. I remembered sneaking to read her paperback novels, as my mother thought Judy was inappropriate and too mature for my innocent, sinless eyes. It was on my way ...
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