I just finished Resistance by Anita Shreve. After a rather slow start, it was a sad, poignant love story set during World War II. The Belgium Resistance movement was the backdrop for the novel. An American aviator who crashes his fighter is protected in a small village from the Gestapo by a man and his wife. As might be expected, there is an element of betrayal in store for those Resistance fighters and the pilot. Overall, it was a good read; it wasn't, however, the best of Shreve's works, in my opinion, but am glad I read it.
Now onto The Lemon Chicken Jones by Les Roberts. By the way,"Jones" is a street term for addiction (or so I have learned thus far). Obviously, I am into the book, and learning something to boot.
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