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Jump to: Britain, Ireland and British and Irish Travelers and Expatriates Russia and Russian Travelers and Expatriates Italy and Spain under Fascism Occupied Europe The Aftermath Mysteries and Thrillers For novels about German civilians during WWII, see the Nazi Germany page.For European civilians, World War II was an ever-present part of their lives.Lissa Evans, Their Finest Hour and a Half (2009), about a London film company and the making of a heart-warming and not exactly accurate war movie about Dunkirk.Lissa Evans, Crooked Heart (2015), about a boy evacuated to live with a widow in a London suburb during the Blitz and the money-making scheme they pursue.

Rhidian Brook, The Aftermath (2013), about a British officer in charge of the de-Nazification of Hamburg who brings his family to live in the same house with a German family in 1946.

Chris Bohjalian, The Light in the Ruins (2013), about an aristocratic Italian family in 1943 whose isolation from the war is broken when a Nazi officer begins to court the eighteen-year-old daughter, and a police detective in 1955 assigned to find a serial killer targeting the family.

Rita Bradshaw, The Colours of Love (2015), about a young woman serving in the Land Girls whose husband rejects her when the birth of her child reveals secrets about her own parentage.

Helen Carey, On a Wing and a Prayer (1997), about the people from a London neighborhood during the third year of the war; #3 in the London at War series.

Amelia Carr, A Song at Sunset (2010), about a woman trapped in a loveless marriage who defies her husband to go to work at a hospital during World War II, where she falls in love with a doctor.

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