by Sarah Blake
On the eve of the United States' entrance into World War II in 1940, Iris James, the postmistress of Franklin, a small town on Cape Cod, does the unthinkable: She doesn't deliver a letter. In London, American radio gal Frankie Bard is working with Edward R. Murrow, reporting on the blitz. One night in a bomb shelter, she meets a doctor from Cape Cod with a letter in his pocket, a letter Frankie vows to deliver when she returns from Germany and France, where she is to record the stories of war refugees desperately trying to escape. When Frankie arrives in Cape Cod, the two stories collide in a way no one could have foreseen.
About the Author-
Sarah Blake lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband, the poet Josh Weiner, and their two sons.
- Kathryn Stockett, author of The Help "Great books give you a feeling that you miss all day until you finally get to crawl back inside those pages again. The Postmistress is one of those rare books. A beautifully written, thought provoking novel that I'm telling everyone I know to read."
PublisherBlackstone Audio, Inc.
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