Book Review: Five for Sorrow, Ten for Joy

Five for Sorrow, Ten for Joy
by Rumer Godden
Open Road Integrated Media

Christian, Literary Fiction
Pub Date 13 Dec 2016

I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of Five for Sorrow, Ten for Joy through the publisher and Netgalley:

This book takes place in 1944, when World War Two is still raging hard. Elizabeth Fansawe a young orphan enlists in the British army where she is dispatched to Paris, close to the allies war against the evil Nazi’s.

Elizbeth is now Lise. Soon she meets Patrice who pulls her into a world of crime and High Class Prostitution. Soon due to the circumstances she finds herself in Lise commits a shocking murder.

Will Lise, be able to survive prison find out in Five for Sorrow, Ten for Joy:

Five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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