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The Secret of the Blue Trunk by Lise Dion
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The Secret of the Blue Trunk

by Lise Dion

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A true story about Armande Martel, a young nun from Quebec who winds up in a concentration camp while preparing for her orders in Brittany. her daughter knows nothing of her mother's life in Nazi Germany until she discovers her notebooks in a blue trunk after her death. These notebooks tell her story. I can only imagine how life changing it was for her daughter to discover this fascinating true story. ( )
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Based on historical research and interviews, Qu?b?cois comedian Lise Dion recreates the life of her adoptive mother Armande Martel in a biographical novel, which presents itself as a diary written during World War II, rather than as a fictional work written by her daughter.… (more)

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