All On A Summer’s Day
by Judy Gardiner
This book is in good second hand condition. Light wearing to cover, edgewear. Moderate tanning to pages, book exchange mark.
Published by Riverside Books, 1988, 263 pages.
Lonely Miranda Whittaker finds a friend in Natalie Ellenberg, daughter of an affectionate, cultured Jewish family. But as the tide of anti-Semitism sweeps into 1930s Liverpool, the two sisters witness the death of Nat’s baby sister during a fascist march.
Natalie, studying music in Paris, disappears after the Nazis invade the city. Miranda, still haunted by baby Rachel’s tragic death, joins the Red Cross. As the Allies move through France and Germany she witnesses the horrors of the concentration camps. Will she ever discover what really happened to Natalie?