Letter From A Stranger

Letter From A Stranger

Audiobook CD - 2012
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The number one bestselling author delivers a lush and evocative new novel of family secrets and betrayals that stretch from the streets of World War II Berlin to the winding alleys of Istanbul to the present day

In Letter From a Stranger, Barbara Taylor Bradford delivers a lush and evocative new novel of family secrets and betrayals that stretch from the streets of World War II Berlin to the winding alleys of Istanbul to the present day. Justine Nolan is a documentary film maker who lost her beloved grandmother a decade ago-the person who was the only source of love and comfort in her life.  Her own mother Deborah had always been distant and uninvolved, following her own agenda in pursuit of her career as an interior designer.  But when Justine inadvertently opens a letter addressed to her mother, she discovers that not only is her grandmother Gabri alive, but that Deborah has deliberately estranged the familyfrom her for all these years.  Justine's search for her grandmother takes her to Istanbul where she begins to uncover the family's secrets that stretch all the way back to World War II.  As the layers of deception peel away, Justine begins to understand a woman she never really knew. and she begins to ask questions about the true desires of her own heart.   
Publisher: New York : Macmillan Audio, p2012.
Edition: Unabridged.
ISBN: 9781427221605
Characteristics: 12 compact discs (ca. 15 hrs.) :,digital ;,12 cm.
Additional Contributors: Barber, Nicola

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westcarleton
Apr 08, 2016

Nicola Barber who reads the book, over enunciates to such an extent I couldn't listen. Into Disk 2 I just gave up, it's simply awful. I can't believe they released it.

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TheresaAJ
Feb 28, 2015

Bradford is a very popular author of "women's fiction". Her 27th book explores the darker side of family life when her granddaughter Justine opens a letter with no return address for her mother. As Justine searches for her presumed dead grandmother, family secrets stretching back to Nazi Germany are revealed. The novel is compelling but the characters are pretty black and white and the ending just a bit too neat for my liking. A good beach read.

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