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The French Teacher: An American woman in war-torn France William Walker

The French Teacher: An American woman in war-torn France

William Walker

Published May 13th 2015
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247 pages
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Noelle Stevenson and her sister journey to France at the height of the Great Depression in America. They are taken in by a wealthy Frenchman whose obligation to their dead father was born on a WW I battlefield--and obligation the older man can neverMoreNoelle Stevenson and her sister journey to France at the height of the Great Depression in America. They are taken in by a wealthy Frenchman whose obligation to their dead father was born on a WW I battlefield--and obligation the older man can never fully repay.In the summer of 1940, the German military hurtles into France and Noelle must make a fateful decision. Should she place her career as a fashion model on hold and return to America, or remain in her adopted country and rescue helpless orphans from the German onslaught?Quickened by the flame of desire for a dashing French Naval officer, and emboldened by a chance encounter with Charles de Gaulle, Noelle discovers a reservoir of strength and a depth of love that together put her in the crosshairs of the Gestapo.