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The Frequency of Us : A BBC2 Between the Covers book club pick, Paperback / softback Book

The Frequency of Us : A BBC2 Between the Covers book club pick Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


*** A BBC2 BETWEEN THE COVERS BOOK CLUB PICK ****** BBC RADIO 4 BOOK AT BEDTIME ***'A fascinating, beautiful, heartwarming novel.

It kept me gripped from the very first chapter' -- BETH O'LEARYIn Second World War Bath, young, naive wireless engineer Will meets Austrian refugee Elsa Klein: she is sophisticated, witty and worldly, and at last his life seems to make sense . . . until, soon after, the couple's home is bombed, and Will awakes from the blast to find himself alone. No one has heard of Elsa Klein. They say she never existed. Seventy years later, social worker Laura is battling her way out of depression and off medication.

Her new case is a strange, isolated old man whose house hasn't changed since the war.

A man who insists his fiance vanished many, many years before.

Everyone thinks he's suffering dementia. But Laura begins to suspect otherwise . . . From Keith Stuart, author of the much-loved Richard & Judy bestseller A Boy Made of Blocks, comes a stunning, emotional novel about an impossible mystery and a true love that refuses to die. 'Enthralling, a real thing of beauty. Dazzling' -- JOSIE SILVER'The Frequency of Us is a novel with a bit of everything: a sweeping love story, wonderfully complex characters, and a sprinkling of the supernatural.

I loved it, and know it'll stay with me for some time' -- CLARE POOLEY'A complete joy!

An intelligent, intricate and emotive mystery' -- LOUISE JENSON


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