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The first was Renoir’s visit in 1883, when he stayed for a few weeks and painted numerous local scenes; in particular Moulin Huet on the south coast.
These paintings are quite well-known and at least one is in a major museum.
My green leather bag was crammed full of my notebook, kindle and snacks for the journey.
We sat in two comfortable brown leather armchairs, near a beautiful piano.
The second event was the forced deportation of Jews from Guernsey – and Jersey – by the Germans to concentration camps during WWII.
Jessie: German occupation must have been terrifying for the inhabitants.
I am happy to recommend this story, in fact, all of them, to anybody who enjoys a well-plotted mystery populated with convincing and always credible characters.” A ‘Wishing Shelf’ Book Review Anne: “I just finished the book–could hardly put it down!
Another winning story from Anne with history, romance and intrigue” Amazon review 5* “Really enjoyed this book. Wonderful twists and turns with a lot of wonderful descriptions of Guernsey” Amazon Review 5* Jessie: Having seen the wonderful setting via the plane. Anne: The warm sunshine felt good and deep breaths of salty air soon had her striding out towards Moulin Huet Bay.
They always started from Soldiers Bay, within easy reach of their home in Colborne Road.Jessie: Where did you get the inspiration for your narrative in ‘The Betrayal’?Anne: From two historical events that took place in Guernsey.A B C D F H J L M N P S T V W Anne Allen Enigmatic Dual-Time Guernsey novel in my handbag Having departed from a grey, rainy day in London, it was a thrill to arrive in Guernsey.A blue sky greeted me in Guernsey, and the cool breeze was refreshing. I met Anne at The Old Government House Hotel, a cosy homely hotel with spectacular views.