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Two Storm Wood

A Novel

by Philip Gray

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Two Storm Wood by Philip Gray
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    Mar 2022, 384 pages

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Two Storm Wood is an immersive blend of World War I fiction, thriller and romance.

Philip Gray's historical novel Two Storm Wood received an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars from our First Impressions readers. Gray has co-authored thrillers under the name Patrick Lynch, and has published previous novels, including The Einstein Girl and The Valley of Unknowing, as Philip Sington.

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This is a compelling novel that combines historical fiction, suspense, romance and social commentary, and has all the best elements of each. The story alternates between two timelines: the latter part of WWI and just after the war. Amy Vanneck's secret fiancé, Edward, has enlisted late in the war, having been forced to do so by the influence of her parents… Amy travels to France to try to recover his body after he goes missing in action. As she searches for his corpse amidst the horrors of the trenches, she uncovers the scene of a gruesome mass ...

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