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The Winemaker's Wife

by Kristin Harmel

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The Winemaker's Wife by Kristin Harmel
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    Aug 2019, 400 pages
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    Mar 17, 2020, 400 pages

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Full of betrayal, bravery and redemption, The Winemaker's Wife is a poignant look at the vineyards of WWII-era France, and the story of one family's role in fighting the Nazis.

Liv Kent's world is falling apart. After 12 years of marriage, her husband has decided he's done, and Liv feels like she's lost everything—her job, her marriage, and her chance for children of her own. But she doesn't even have time to get back on her feet before Edith, her 99-year-old French grandmother, arrives, determined to snap Liv out of her funk by whisking her away to France. Or so Liv thinks; as Edith and Liv travel to Reims, a city in the heart of France's wine region, it becomes clear that Edith has a secret, one that threatens to upend everything Liv knows about her family. Thus begins a tale of three women, two trapped in a web of lies and betrayal in Nazi-occupied France, and the other a heartbroken divorcee who must uncover the truth about her grandmother's past before it's too late.

The Winemaker's Wife is told from three different points-of-view—those of ...

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