"Monica Stirling, always a gentle, graceful writer, has invested her small story with charm, compassion and hope." Kirkus Reviews
"It’s a tale that resonates in this moment every bit as it did over fifty years ago." Brad Bigelow, Neglected Books
First published in the 1950's, the novel 'Sigh For A Strange Land' is a powerful story about refugees in Eastern Europe. Funny, tense, heartbreaking, it tells the story of Resi, Boris and the redoubtable Aunt Natasha, who find themselves adrift in Europe with just their wits - and their love for one another - to sustain them.
The book will help raise funds for humanitarian aid to Ukraine, with 50% of profits from all print copies going to FAST AID in North Yorkshire, who have been driving convoys of aid into the country.
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