Having recently had the lurgy as you know, I read quite a lot.
A book has to be good and interest me and to hold my full attention and in the past I have been known to get half way through a book and give it up, but these three fiction books I really enjoyed reading.
All of them are by the same author, Margaret Leroy, and are about the WW2, I know this sounds boring and usually I would not read books on this subject but I was surprised how much I liked them all.
Each book is about a different area. 'A Brief Affair' is set in London, 'The English Girl ' is set in Austria and 'The Collaborator' is set on the Island of Guernsey. Each book is so different and I gleaned so many facts to do with the war and how people had to make ends meet.
One of the things that hit me was the subject of pets. I had never given a thought to the fact that a lot of people had their pets put down owing to the fact that there was no food for them, it must have been such a hard thing to do.
Anyway, here are the 3 books if you fancy a good read.