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Belinda Seaward THE BEAUTIFUL TRUTH First Edition Signed

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First edition, first print hardback published by John Murray (Publishers) Ltd in 2012. Signed by Belinda Seaward on the title page
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First edition, first print hardback of THE BEAUTIFUL TRUTH, by Belinda Seaward and published by John Murray (Publishers) Ltd., London, in 2012. Signed by Belinda Seaward on the title page.

The book is in very good condition (Clean black cloth boards with red lettering on spine), with minor wear to the illustrated dust jacket which is price clipped (light creasing to edges). Internally, the pages are clean and tight and there are no tears and no other inscriptions.

Belinda Seaward began her career as a journalist and has worked on national newspapers, including the Daily Mail and Sunday Times. She has also spent time on a coffee plantation in Zambia and in the Middle East and now lives and works in Devon, where she has raised two Arab horses. Her acclaimed previous novels areThe Avalanche (1996) and Hotel Juliet (2008).

"The Beautiful Truth is an unforgettable novel of families, heroism and of the possibilities of finding late love. Catherine never knew her father. A Polish exile, he disappeared when she was a small child, leaving her only a pair of binoculars and a lifelong love of the stars.

Now in her forties, she leads a settled academic life in Cambridge - until one day she receives a letter with a Polish postmark from an American film-maker who is in Krakow to research the wartime experiences of his aunt. What Konrad has uncovered will send Catherine on a voyage of discovery not only into Poland's past, but into her own history. And what she uncovers there will change her life in ways she could not possibly have imagined.

Moving between present-day Krakow and wartime Poland, The Beautiful Truth tells a passionate and moving story of the way ordinary lives are swept up in extraordinary events. Heartbreaking and uplifting in equal measure, it will not be easily forgotten."

'Clearly well-researched and engrossing narrative . . . beautifully written' — Bookbag.co.uk

'Moving and insightful . . . Young, courageous and frightened Krystyna in 1939 seems just as alive as confused, middle-aged Catherine in present day. Though the two never met, how their stories intertwine reveals the tragic yet beautiful truth of secret pasts' — Press Association

345 pages.

ISBN: 978 0 7195 2111 9

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  • Weight:
    0.7kg
  • Product Code:
    2414
  • Condition:
    Used
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