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The Little Liar : The moving, life-affirming WWII novel from the internationally bestselling author of Tuesdays with Morrie, Hardback Book

The Little Liar : The moving, life-affirming WWII novel from the internationally bestselling author of Tuesdays with Morrie Hardback



THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER'Moving' Daily Mail'It will stay with you' Independent'Profound' Irish Examiner____________________A moving new novel from the beloved author of Tuesdays with Morrie and The Five People You Meet in HeavenWhen the Nazis invade Salonika, Greece, eleven-year-old Nico Crispi is offered a chance to save his family.

He is instructed to convince his fellow Jewish residents to board trains heading towards the east, where they are promised jobs and safety.

He dutifully goes to the station platform every day and reassures the passengers that the journey is safe.

Only after it is too late does Nico discover that the people he loved would never return.

In The Little Liar, Nico's story is interweaved with other individuals impacted by the occupation: his brother Sebastian, their schoolmate Fanni and the Nazi officer who radically changed their lives.

As the decades pass, the consequences of what they endured come to light. Exploring honesty, survival, revenge and devotion, The Little Liar is a timeless story about the harm we inflict with our deceits, and the power of love to redeem us. ____________________Five-star reader reviews of The Little Liar'An amazing story about truth, war, humanity and loss' 'Another beautiful piece of work by the author.

He makes you feel like you are there, know everybody and feel every emotion''Within an exciting and thought-provoking story, without preaching or proselytising, the author invites us to contemplate Truth, and how it is often the first causality of war'''Excellent interwoven stories by a master storyteller.

Meaningful insights we can use today''This book nearly broke me''I love Mitch's books, but this is the best of all of them'


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