The Hazelbourne Ladies Motorcycle and Flying Club by Helen Simonson

The Great War is over, and the summer of 1919 should be one of celebration, but Constance Haverhill has lost her mother to the Spanish influenza. Constance also lost the job managing Lord Mercer’s country estate, which she held all through the war, to a man.

The Roosting Box: Rebuilding the Body After the First World War by Kristen den Hartog

A trickle that began in 1915
turned to a flood of soldiers returning to Canada needing care for their often-devastating injuries:
missing limbs, ravaged lungs, faces and minds destroyed. Many of them ended up at Toronto’s
newly opened Christie Street hospital, also known as the Dominion Orthopedic Hospital (DOH).

A barbed wire fence along a beach, looking out onto the ocean. Dark clouds and planes fly above. The title is in the top third of the image, in cursive print. Underneath the title is a small Canadian flag and French flag. The author's name is in the bottom right hand corner.

See You In Le Touquet by Romie Christie

Dorothy Borutti lives in the beautiful French seaside resort town of Le Touquet, Pas-de-Calais with her British mother and Italian father, and vacations in the south of France each winter. Sandy MacPherson is a young Canadian lawyer, raised on the wide-open prairies of Saskatchewan, Canada in an era of economic, and environmental, ruin. Little do …

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The Secret Book of Flora Lea by Patti Callahan Henry

From the New York Times bestselling author of Becoming Mrs. Lewis comes a “heartrending, captivating tale of family, first love, and fate” (Kristin Harmel, New York Times bestselling author) about a woman who stumbles across a mysterious children’s book that holds secrets about her missing sister and their childhood spent in the English countryside during World War II.