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2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5 2.00 (13 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Lisa Hilton Narrator: Nicolette McKenzie Publisher: Soundings Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: April 2011 ISBN:
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Castroux, France, 1939. In a bare farmhouse above the village, Oriane lives in desperate poverty. When the Germans invade, her simple world crumbles. Passions erupt, moral boundaries break down , and rebellion is soon in the air. Castroux, France, 2000. In an idyllic gîte overlooking the river, Claudia sunbathes on the terrace. She's pregnant, trapped, and terrified of the future. She confides only in a reclusive neighbour, Oriane, and discovers that she too carried a shameful secret. The house with blue shutters: a place that has witnessed the horrors of wartime, the petty concerns of peacetime, and the secrets that binds past and present. A place where history echoes off every wall...

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About the Author

Lisa Hilton is the acclaimed author of The Horror of Love, Mistress Peachum’s Pleasure, Queens Consort: England’s Medieval Queens, and The Real Queen of France: Athénais and Louis XIV. She is the author of two novels, the bestselling Wolves in Winter and The House with Blue Shutters, which was short-listed for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize.

About the Narrator

Nicolette McKenzie was born and educated in New Zealand. Her television work includes the compilation and presentation of three programs of New Zealand poetry for the BBC, as well as comedy, revue, and popular drama. She played the role of Mrs. Bennett for the BBC World Service adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.