THE SISTERS OF ST. CROIX by Diney Costeloe #WW2 #HistFic #SundayBlogShare


Interesting. I start to see a pattern. If the topic is more or less related to the bad things my home country did beyween ’39 and ’45. I can’t help it but I’m interested

Rosie Amber

The Sisters of St. CroixThe Sisters of St. Croix by Diney Costeloe
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Three Point Five Stars.

The Sisters Of St. Croix is a WW2 historical fiction with the main body of the book set around the convent of St Croix based near the Somme area of France. The first three chapters serve as an introduction to Adelaide Anson-Gravetty and the lead up to her place in the war effort.

Chapter four introduces us to the plight of French families as they try to flee the German occupation and the particular tale of three orphaned Jewish children, taken in by the Nuns of St Croix.

It is during the war that Adelaide is trained as a spy, given the role of organising escape routes for pilots shot down over France. She is dropped into France and sent to the St Croix area given her link to the Convent. However…

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