Henri’s Cellar by Amelie Rose (Book description and reviews)
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A train heading for Berlin, is hijacked and a carriage load of its contents removed. History records a tragic loss of life and the destruction of a cache of priceless art.
Business couple, Silvie and Tom Roth have lost everything and their previously successful London-based business is in tatters. In an attempt to drag the pieces of their life back together, they purchase an abandoned cottage vineyard in France. But tragedy leaves Silvie to move in alone, widowed, and unexpectedly pregnant.
She is slowly re-building her life when an old diary from 1943 is found. Its final entry has the potential to set a lethal chain of events in motion and Silvie’s previously quiet life becomes a walking nightmare. When the secret of the old diary is finally revealed, she knows she is in serious trouble. A messy burglary, an even messier home invasion, and the realisation that she is falling in love with her husband’s best friend, all threaten to overwhelm her and then a well-meaning friend steps in. Things will never be the same again.
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