Podcast: A.W. Hammond on the Moral Grey Areas of WWII

Podcast: A.W. Hammond on the Moral Grey Areas of WWII

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A.W. Hammond talks to Cheryl about immigrating to Australia as a child, and researching the moral grey areas of WWII for his latest historical novel, The Paris Collaborator.

About the author:

A.W. Hammond was born in South Africa and emigrated to Australia as a child. He currently works at RMIT University and lives in Melbourne with his wife and daughters.

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Publisher details

The Paris Collaborator
Author
A.W. Hammond
Publisher
Echo Publishing
Released
04 May, 2021
ISBN
9781760686703

Synopsis

He'll do anything to save her ... even work for the enemy.August, 1944. In German-occupied Paris, former schoolteacher Auguste Duchene has stumbled upon an unusual way to survive: he finds missing people. When he's approached by the French Resistance to locate a missing priest - and a cache of stolen weapons - Duchene initially refuses. But the Resistance offer him no choice. Within hours, he's also blackmailed by a powerful Nazi into searching for a German soldier who's suspected of deserting. To fail at either task will have deadly consequences for Duchene - and for his daughter Marienne. So begins a frantic race against time. As forces close in on Paris, Duchene has only 48 hours to locate the missing priest and soldier, or lose the only person he loves...
A.W. Hammond
About the author

A.W. Hammond

A.W. Hammond w as born in South Africa and emigrated to Australia as a child. He currently works at RMIT University and lives in Melbourne with his wife and daughters.

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