TitleThe Lines We Leave Behind
AuthorEliza Graham
ImprintEliza Graham Ltd
Sales rank4.5
FormatKindle Edition


England, 1947 A young woman finds herself under close observation in an insane asylum, charged with a violent crime she has no memory of committing As she tries to make sense of her recent past, she recalls very little.But she still remembers wartime in Yugoslavia There she and her lover risked everything to carry out dangerous work resisting the Germans a heroic campaign in which many brave comrades were lost After that, the trail disappears into confusion How did she come to be trapped in a living nightmare As she struggles to piece together the missing years of her life, she will have to confront the harrowing experiences of her special operations work and peacetime marriage Only then can she hope to regain the vital memories that will uncover the truth is she really a violent criminal or was she betrayed



The Lines We Leave Behind By Eliza Graham

Now and again I ve been known to read an historical fiction book This one was historic plus a lean towards being a thriller.I was attracted to the cover of this book I know I know but what can I say Although at times the story appeared slow and the unravelling of it all sometimes too slow for me, I ... (Sign in to see more)

Katie B

The Lines We Leave Behind By Eliza Graham

There is no shortage of World War 2 historical fiction on the market, however there are a few things that make this book stand out among the others First, some of the story takes place in Yugoslavia which isn t a setting that is normally featured in this genre The other thing that makes this story a... (Sign in to see more)


The Lines We Leave Behind By Eliza Graham

This story totally captivated me from start to finish The author managed to have me see it happen from the perspective of the young woman who is totally confused about what has happened to her and whether or not she is sane At the same time I had no problem following along with the story, because it... (Sign in to see more)


The Lines We Leave Behind By Eliza Graham

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here its a very engaging story about a brutal time in europe s history The story of her deployment seems very realistic and plausible I suffered with the characters but thats expected in a good book I don t know why she would... (Sign in to see more)


The Lines We Leave Behind By Eliza Graham

Full review and rant on my blog.The Lines We Leave Behind in lamest terms messed me up I m a mess It was an extraordinary story about an extraordinary woman who finds herself in incredibly difficult circumstances And although her story is fiction, it is rooted in fact there are those, real people wh... (Sign in to see more)


The Lines We Leave Behind By Eliza Graham

Kindle First Reads October 2018

Goth Gone Grey

The Lines We Leave Behind By Eliza Graham

A well crafted psychological puzzleThis book is a large jigsaw puzzle, jumbled together in a bag, with no clues as to the total image fully revealed once all pieces are out together It s sad, shocking, and lovely all at once, a lush descriptive read that I couldn t put down Shell shock, battle fatig... (Sign in to see more)

Cady Majeczky

The Lines We Leave Behind By Eliza Graham

For the most part, I really enjoyed this book The flipping timelines between present day Maud and past wartime Amber kept me intrigued, although Maud s memory recollection was surprisingly fast once the plot gained momentum The ending, however, is what ultimately deterred me from giving a 5 star rat... (Sign in to see more)


The Lines We Leave Behind By Eliza Graham

THE LINES WE LEAVE BEHIND by Eliza GrahamMaud Amber is a young woman in a secure mental facility charged with a crime As she speaks with her psychiatrist we learn what led her to the hospital as she remembers the past She was a special agent for the Allies in the Balkans during WWII or was she Told ... (Sign in to see more)

Herman Morgan III

The Lines We Leave Behind By Eliza Graham

A unique and seductive tale of Love and Betrayal.As someone who wishes to have been born in the 1920 s, so I would have been of age to serve in World War Two, I was drawn to this novel, and chose it based on the blurb describing a Brit dropped behind enemy lines to serve with the Partisans in Yugosl... (Sign in to see more)

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