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Winter games [text (large print)] / Rachel Johnson.

By: Johnson, Rachel, 1965-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Charnwood: Publisher: Leicester : Charnwood ; Thorpe, 2014, c2012Edition: Large print edition.Description: 333 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781444818802 (hbk.); 1444818805.Subject(s): Best friends -- Fiction | Family secrets -- Fiction | Teenage girls -- Fiction | London (England) -- History -- 1951- -- Fiction | Germany -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Fiction | Munich (Germany) -- History -- 20th century -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | General fiction.DDC classification: 823.92 Summary: "Munich, 1936. Eighteen-year-old Daphne Linden has a seat in the front row of history. Along with her best friend, Betsy, and a bevy of other young English upper-class girls, Daphne is in Bavaria to be 'finished'. It may be the Third Reich, but another war is unthinkable, and the girls are having the time of their lives. Aren't they? London, 2006. Seventy years later and Daphne's granddaughter, Francie Fitzsimon, has all the boxes ticked: large flat, successful husband, cushy job writing up holistic spas... The hardest decision she has to make is where to go for brunch - until, that is, events conspire to send her on a quest to discover what really happened to her grandmother in Germany, all those years ago." --Publisher description.
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Munich, 1936. She doesn't know it, but 18-year-old Daphne Linden has a seat in the front row of history. Along with her best friend, Betsy Barton-Hill, and a whole bevy of other young English upper-class girls, Daphne is in Bavaria to improve her German, to go to the Opera, to be 'finished'.

Originally published: London: Fig Tree, 2012.

"Munich, 1936. Eighteen-year-old Daphne Linden has a seat in the front row of history. Along with her best friend, Betsy, and a bevy of other young English upper-class girls, Daphne is in Bavaria to be 'finished'. It may be the Third Reich, but another war is unthinkable, and the girls are having the time of their lives. Aren't they? London, 2006. Seventy years later and Daphne's granddaughter, Francie Fitzsimon, has all the boxes ticked: large flat, successful husband, cushy job writing up holistic spas... The hardest decision she has to make is where to go for brunch - until, that is, events conspire to send her on a quest to discover what really happened to her grandmother in Germany, all those years ago." --Publisher description.

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