Below is an announcement from Wilmington Community Television’s “Book Stew:”
Hello Book Stew viewers and listeners! In the May episode, I am pleased to welcome the pride of Melrose, MA, best-selling author Jane Healey, back for her fourth appearance. Jane’s prior works of historical fiction – The Saturday Evening Girls Club, The Beantown Girls, and The Secret Stealers, all featured main characters invented by Jane, with a sprinkling of real people throughout. Her latest novel, Goodnight From Paris, stars Drue Leyton, a Hollywood actress turned Parisian broadcaster and WW II activist against Hitler and the Nazis – thereby, the genre of biographical fiction. Drue, who was personally responsible for smuggling many downed Allied pilots out of rural France, was a forgotten figure of wartime bravery until uncovered by Jane’s extensive research.
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Eileen MacDougall is the host/producer of 110 + episodes of Book Stew, a web series and podcast originating in 2014 , featuring every variety of authors, illustrators, poets, and playwrights, plus a cat that survived a tornado and lived to write about it!
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