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Lily

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Length: 231 pages3 hours

Summary

Fulfilling a dream, Lily O’Malley moves to Paris, France, a place she has always wanted to live. After a busy year of settling in, a vacation is much needed. She makes up her mind to visit her college roommate who lives in Warsaw, Poland. She has always denied being clairvoyant. However, riding on the night train from Paris to Warsaw, she experiences an unexplained vision—her first in many years. She is drawn into the dark past of another time—the era the Nazis occupied Poland during World War II.
Facing frightening situations, she meets a handsome stranger, French Diplomat, Pierre Girard, who fights with and trains Polish resistance workers. She wants to become involved with the effort to help rescue the Jews and others the Nazis consider to be undesirable. Pierre flies Lily to London, England to train to be anything needed to defeat the German enemy.
As a witness to the ravaged landscape, treachery and violence of World War II and the 1940s in Poland, she travels from the Baltic Sea to the Tatra Mountains with the Partisans. Lily knows she will always remember the people she worked to save from the concentration camps and death and the friends she made. She refuses to concentrate on the bad memories competing for the space the good ones are trying to occupy.

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