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Sapphire Skies

by Belinda Alexandra

Sapphire Skies Synopsis

A love bigger than a war. A beautiful woman lost. A mystery unsolved ... until now. 2000: The wreckage of a downed WWII fighter plane is discovered in the forests near Russia's Ukrainian border. The aircraft belonged to Natalya Azarova, ace pilot and pin-up girl for Soviet propaganda, but the question of her fate remains unanswered. Was she a German spy who faked her own death, as the Kremlin claims? Her lover, Valentin Orlov, now a highly decorated general, refuses to believe it. Lily, a young Australian woman, has moved to Moscow to escape from tragedy. She becomes fascinated by the story of Natalya, and when she meets an elderly woman who claims to know the truth behind the rumours, Lily is drawn deeper into the mystery. From the pomp and purges of Stalin's Russia through the horrors of war and beyond - secrets and lies, enduring love and terrible betrayal, sacrifice and redemption all combine in this sweeping saga from Belinda Alexandra.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781471138720
Publication date: 7th May 2015
Author: Belinda Alexandra
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 432 pages
Categories: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),

About Belinda Alexandra

Belinda Alexandra has been published to wide acclaim in Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, Holland, Poland, Norway and Spain. She is the daughter of a Russian mother and an Australian father and has been an intrepid traveller since her youth. Find out more: http://belinda-alexandra.com/

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