Rosemary Rudland


Rosemary Rudland was born and educated in England. She also studied French at the University of Grenoble and later settled in the south east of France where she became an investigative journalist writing in both French and English for international newspapers and magazines. Her passion for in-depth enquiries might be inherited from her grandfather, a former Director General of British Security Service. She was co-founder of several newspaper publications in the Rhône-Alpes region, and winner of a national award for a best social case study.
Rosemary lives in Normandy with her husband Yvan Barbieri, a former photojournalist, surrounded by a motley crew of four-footed companions. The couple are authors of three non-fiction books, and are investigators for animal protection - Rosemary is an enquirer for the Brigitte Bardot Foundation.

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That Summer in Normandy
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 54,030. Language: English. Published: April 15, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General, Fiction » Romance » Action/adventure
Nelly Spencer, an animal rescuer in northern France, investigates an isolated farm in Normandy, where she discovers an Allied jeep from the D-Day invasion. An elderly farm lady, Louise, recounts the story of an injured Canadian soldier she hid in the summer of 1944, and his love for a nurse who risked betrayal. Louise's revelations confront Nelly with the uncertainty surrounding her own childhood.

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