‘Dance the Moon Down’ by R.L. Bartram


After a clandestine romance, Victoria and Gerald marry in January 1914, but with the outbreak of the First World War, Gerald volunteers but within months has gone missing in France. Convinced that he is still alive, Victoria’s initial attempts to discover what has become of him implicate her in a murderous assault on Lord Kitchener.


‘Dance the Moon Down’ tells us an incredible story of a woman during a difficult period of World War I. Victoria has all the qualities I love about female characters – she is strong and capable. The story was written very realistic, the author did a good research job definitely. It’s a must read for fans of historical fiction.


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