Ludmila Britton


LUDMILA BRITTON was born in Shanghai, China, of Russian parents, and arrived on the shores of San Francisco Bay at the age of seven. While living with her husband and two children in England, she worked for Open University and had the privilege of being a translator for the orphans of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Two of Ludmila’s short stories have been published in Reflections, a collection of short stories and poems. Ludmila is an enthusiastic writer, has traveled extensively and presently resides with her husband in Oregon, USA. Birch Hall is her first novel.


Birch Hall
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 74,920. Language: English. Published: December 6, 2014 by Intelligent Life Books. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Fiction » Historical » United Kingdom
A young woman swept off her feet, and swept away to a distant a world on the brink of war... BIRCH HALL tells the story of a Russian-American woman in San Francisco who marries a British noble. With a rich cast of characters and meticulously researched narrative, this novel brings to life an unforgettable time in our history and provides an intimate taste of life in England during WW2.

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