I would also like to read A week in Paris by Rachel Hore, which has been described as A compelling story of war, secrets, family and enduring love that examines how The different actions of The main protagonists and their friends have devastating consequences that echo down the generations.
It starts September, 1937. After a young musician named Kitty Travers enrols at the Conservatoire on the banks of the Seine to pursue her dream of becoming a concert pianist. A young American doctor, named Eugene Knox catches her eye on the day she arrives in Paris. At first She lodges at a convent near Notre Dame but Kitty and Eugene soon fall in love, get married and have a daughter. But then war breaks out and the city of light falls into shadow and the little family must somehow survive life under Nazi occupation.
Nearly twenty-five years later, Fay Knox, a talented young violinist, who was born the day World War II started and whose Father was killed during anAir-Raid which destroyed their London house, and now lives in a quiet Norfolk Village with her mother Kitty, visits Paris on tour with her Orchestra.
During the visit A strange series of events stirs up buried memories which cause Fay to question what really happened during the war and she begins to suspect that she may have spent part of the war in Paris. So Fay traces the past, with only an address label in an old canvas rucksack to help her, she discovers dark secrets hidden years ago, which cause her to question who she is and where she belongs…