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Yorkshire 1941

Bravery is another word for endurance; love is another word for sacrifice.


A German fighter plane is shot down over rural Yorkshire; the pilot has vanished.

In an old farmhouse on the outskirts of Leeds, war-widow Jessica is raising her children and running a small dairy. When she encounters the Luftwaffe pilot hiding in her barn, she realises the young captain is dangerously ill. Despite the consequences, Jessica commits to nursing him back to health.


At first, prejudice and ignorance separate Jessica and Anton, but slowly these barriers are dismantled. From an unlikely friendship emerges a story of forbidden love that defies war and bigotry.


A British government investigator is sent to hunt and capture the fugitive German. Harbouring the enemy is among the greatest of crimes, and when suspicion falls on Jessica, a series of terrifying events are triggered, threatening her freedom and the security of her children.

In this world at war, there are no winners. It is a time of fear and uncertainty, where danger lurks behind every door and sometimes the greatest threats come from those you trust.


I wasn't sure how it could lead on from the first two books and certainly did not expect it to be even better! This is an edge of the seat page turner and I have loved it!

Holly - reviewer

Honestly could not put these books down!

Bev - reader, UK

I couldn't put this book down. As usual Karen had me turning the pages well into the night. This book will not disappoint, a MUST read.

Alison - reader, Victoria

OMG I just finished Stormbird. I read all 3 books this week - could not put them down. Now my 'finished book' grief has set in.

Kirsty - reader, Victoria



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