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The Champagne War
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
The Champagne War
Written by:
Fiona McIntosh 
Read by:
Katy Sobey 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
14 
Duration:
14 hours 29 minutes 
Published:
November 03 2020 
Available Date:
November 03 2020 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9780655698760 
Genres:
Fiction; Historical Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Penguin Audio Australia 
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Bestselling author
Australian author

The heart-stopping new blockbuster by the bestselling author of The Diamond Hunter.

In the summer of 1914, vigneron Jerome Mea heads off to war, certain he’ll be home by Christmas. His new bride Sophie Delancré, a fifth generation champenoise, is determined to ensure the forthcoming vintages will be testament to their love. But as the years drag on, authorities advise that Jerome is missing, considered dead. When poison gas is first used in Belgium by the Germans, British chemist Charles Nash jumps to enlist, refusing to be part of the scientific team that retaliates, becoming instead a brilliant marksman. When he is injured, he is brought to the champagne cellars in Reims, where Sophie has set up an underground hospital. As Sophie struggles with strong feelings for her patient, she also attracts sinister advances from her brother-in-law. However, nothing can prepare her for the ultimate battle of the heart, when Jerome’s bloodstained jacket and identification papers are found in Belgium and her hopes of ever seeing her husband alive again are reignited. From the killing fields of Ypres to the sun-kissed vineyards of southern France, The Champagne War is a heart-stopping adventure about the true power of love and hope to light the way during war.

‘A blockbuster of a book that you won’t want to put down.’
Bryce Courtenay

'Fiona McIntosh is a prolific and superior writer in the genre, and if you enjoy popular romantic fiction, you'd be mad not to try her.'
The Age