A letter from Italy / Pamela Hart Hart, Pamela

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Women war correspondents - Italy - Fiction.; Romance fiction.; World War (1914-1918)
Inspired by the life of the world's first woman war correspondent, Australia's Louise Mack, the most sweeping love story yet by Pamela Hart 1917, Italy. Australian journalist Rebecca Quinn is an unconventional woman. At the height of World War I, she has given up the safety of her Sydney home for the bloody battlefields of Europe, following her journalist husband to the frontline as a war correspondent in Italy. Reporting the horrors of the Italian campaign, Rebecca finds herself thrown together with American-born Italian photographer Alessandro Panucci, and soon discovers another battleground every bit as dangerous and unpredictable: the human heart. A passionate and poignant love story set on the beautiful Italian coast by the bestselling author of THE SOLDIER'S WIFE and THE WAR BRIDE. 'This book is heart-wrenching proof that all's not fair in love and war, especially for a lone woman in a man's world' VALERIE PARV 'A Letter From Italy cements Pamela Hart as a go-to author when I want a love story to remember' AusRom 'Rebecca... will soon find out that love can be just as dangerous as any battlefield' Yours magazine 'Magnificent treatment of women's issues such as gender equality, relationship expectations and dealing with career' Steve Shipley, Manviews 'This beautifully written historical novel set in the dangerous Italy of World War One kept me riveted' bookaddiction ***Includes BONUS CHAPTERS of THE WAR BRIDE*** 'Pamela Hart makes the details of daily life shimmer and pierces our hearts with a love story that carries the weight of sacrifice' - iBooks on The Soldier's Wife 'Evokes WWI Sydney to the point where the reader can almost feel the salty wind blowing off the harbour as the troops are shipped out through the Heads' - Books+Publishing on The Soldier's Wife 'Deeply insightful into the lives of the women left behind in Sydney. We fell in love with the headstrong heroine Ruby' - Better Reading on The Soldier's Wife.
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