Books by Sarah Sundin

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The Sea Before Us

When I was growing up, one of the movies often watched at my home was The Longest Day, an epic WWII film starring classic cinema stars John Wayne, Sean Connery and Henry Fonda. Using quasi-documentary style storytelling, the film dramatizes the events of the Battle of Normandy and a small part of wh ...

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When Tides Turn

My parents were big fans of 1940s and 1950s cinema and those films hold a high nostalgia factor for me. I love the fashions, the glamour and glitz and the dramatized emotions. And the language: “Aw, shucks!” and “Gee, whiz!” spoken in place of “F” bombs but with equal fervor always bring ...

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On Distant Shores

I’ve recently finished a glom of Foyle’s War, an excellent BBC mystery series set during WWII which looks at life on the English home front. This novel also deals with various portions of Europe during the war and reminds us that not everything centered on hometown parades with confetti and stre ...

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A Memory Between Us

The bombers of WWII have always been a fascinating subject for me, which is ultra odd since I am not into planes or war. But the history behind our bombing missions, the whole story of the "flying fortress" and the strategy of daylight bombing somehow always seem to grip my attention and hold it. Wh ...

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A Distant Melody

Whenever I am super busy I try to avoid getting overly caught up in a new novel. On the other hand, I have never gone a day without reading some portion of a book. For those tough moments, when I have to find something to read that won't keep me so engaged I forget all about what I should be doing, ...