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Jubilee By Eliza GrahTh her aunt’s estate The extraordinary story she uncovers there will change everything It is a story of departure and return of atrocity and betrayal of unreuited love and the dreadful legacy of wa After reading and loving the first two Eliza Graham novels Playing with the Moon and Restitution I was eagerly looking forward to another mystery with the backdrop of the War and I think she has once again come up with another excellent and compelling storyThe story starts with the now grown up Rachel reminiscing about the day of the ueen's Silver Jubilee in 1977 when she was aged 9 and her 10 year old cousin Jessamy seemingly vanished off the face of the earth there were no signs of a struggle no reports of a child being dragged off she was happy and had no problems so what could possibly have happened to herWe are taken back and forth in time throughout the book from the prison camps of the second World War the ueen's Coronation in 1953 the ueen's Silver and Golden Jubilees through to the present day as we are slowly building up a picture of Jessamy and her family and of the secrets they hold Indeed on the day Jessamy vanished she said to Rachel that she hated keeping secretsEvie Jessamy's mother and her twin brother were evacuated to the Winters family farm in the country during WWII and I loved how we were given snippets of the letters that Robert Winter wrote but never sent to a young Evie while he was in a prisoner of war camp It gave us an insight into not only the terrible conditions but also of the slowly deteriorating mind of a young man who struggles to live a normal life after the War has ended and he comes back to work on the family farmI enjoyed this book and was engrossed in the story from start to finish I thought the prisoner of war camp was handled sensitively and knowledgeably the characters both main and on the periphery were strong and believable and overall a thoroughly good mystery

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DOC × READER Jubilee By Eliza Graham ò It's the ueen’s Golden Jubilee and Rachel and her aunt Evie are celebrating with the crowds on the village green The scene is tranuil but Rachel and her aunt can never forget what happened exactly twenty five years ago On that day Evie’s young daughter Jessamy vanished She hasn’t been seen since SoonIt's the ueen’s Golden Jubilee and Rachel and her aunt Evie are celebrating with the crowds on the village green The scene is tranuil but Rachel and her aunt can never forget what happened exactly This story centres on the Silver Jubilee when Jessamay disappears from the celebrations We see what impact this has on her mother her father had died 5 years previously and her cousin Rachel who visited during holidays and for occasional weekendsThe story is told in the main through Rachel and Evie's Jessamay's mother eyes with snapshots including the coronation and the Golden Jubilee The other entries are extracts from Evie's brother in laws unsent letters home from a POW campThe story hangs together well and although I guessed at least part of the mystery the book was no less enjoyable for thatThe only criticism I have is that in the main the characters were just too nice too understanding and therefore seemed a little 2 dimensional at times Having said that I read this book very uickly so clearly there was enough there to keep me turning those pages if that's what they are called on the Kindle

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Twenty five years ago On that day Evie’s young daughter Jessamy vanished She hasn’t been seen since Soon after news comes of Evie’s sudden death and Rachel must return to the village to deal wi Jubilee tells the story of a child's disappearance during a silver Jubilee party It is a moving tale of how he family particularly her cousin cope with this traumatic event But it is than that it is a mystery that unfolds graduallyand harrowing account of the effects of war on an individual's sanity Couldn't put it down once I'd started it