This is the latest book from Paulette at The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap. Profits from her books go to help rescue dogs from kill shelters.

Available on Kindle or paperback:

Amazon.com

Amazon UK

With courage, depth, and passionate insight, bestselling author Paulette Mahurin captures the horrors of the German occupation of France. Where Irises Never Grow tells the story of how one book that escaped Nazi confiscation moved through time holding a cryptic note. Unraveling its mystery brings the reader to Lyon, France. It is there war, in all its bloodstained pathos, is witnessed through the escalating cruelty of the Vichy regime. Particularly impacted is the Legrand family. Thrown into a whirlwind of turmoil they struggle to help the Resistance while maintaining deceitful relations with the government. As the Nazis move toward occupying southern France, the duplicity unravels along with all the Legrands are protecting. Their struggle is raw. Uplifting. Nothing is held back in depicting the horrors inflicted on innocent people by the corrupt tyrannical despots. But this is more than a story of war. It is a story of friendship and loyalty. Of love and sacrifices. And choices for ultimately it is a story that shines a light on the fundamental urge by decent human beings to do right by another, to stand tall no matter the risk when millions stood silent. Where Irises Never Grow will linger in the readers gut and mind long after the last page is finished.”

2 thoughts on “Book: Where Irises Never Grow by Paulette Mahurin

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this, Ronnie. I’m grateful for your support. Happy holidays to you and your family. Stay safe. Paulette

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    1. Ronnie says:

      Thank you, Paulette.

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