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Ordinary People in Extraordinary Times: Life Under Occupation in WWII

I recently wrote an article for Lithub sharing some of my favourite novels which, like The Paris Deception, take an insightful look at what life looked like during the Second World War beyond the battlefront.

"Historical fiction is a rich field, and there are always stories to tell, particularly when we look beyond the war itself. What did day to day life look like for those who weren’t soldiers or spies? How did people survive when their countries were taken over by the oppressor?"

Check out the full article - and my list of recommended reading - at Lithub!

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