Children of Dieppe

CHILDREN OF DIEPPE is the story of Denise Nair, whose father died during the tragic raid on Dieppe in 1942. The repercussions of that raid are life-changing for Denise's family, friends and acquaintances, especially the troubled Rosemary Tillis and the mysterious Gordon Sloane. This sweeping novel spans a time period from World War II until the 21st century. More
Available ebook formats: epub
  • Category: Fiction » Coming of age
  • Words: 59,310
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781777413514
About Joanne Madden

Joanne Madden is a lifelong resident of Toronto. She is a graduate of York University and a certified library technician. She worked for many years as a library and research specialist at the Toronto Star newspaper. Since leaving the Star in 2010, she has tutored English as a Second Language (ESL). Joanne is an avid blogger. She maintains two blogs - Number 16 ( and TV Banter ( In her leisure time, she enjoys going to movies and plays. She has an interest in history, current events and trivia. "Children of Dieppe" is her first novel.

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