I offer my most sincere gratitude to noted author, Linda Lee Greene, for taking the time to write such a lovely review. I am humbled by your generosity.
“Downsizing from a large four-bedroom home and moving to a small two-bedroom condominium in recent months has made it impossible for me to read at my usual speedy pace. But when my tortured back and squealing feet refused me during my “downsizing” project, I was able to spend much of my time-outs reading a few books, among them a marvelous World War II epic titled “Bridge of Sighs and Dreams” by author and artist Pamela Allegretto. The book was a perfect diversion, and has earned an honored place in my library of “World War II Books.”
Like Kristen Hannah’s acclaimed World War II novel “The Nightingale,” Allegretto’s novel explores the seldom-seen topic of the effects of war on women, the former on two sisters in German-occupied France, the latter on two sisters-in-law in war-torn Italy. If you haven’t read both of these fabulous books, you are missing out on big-time reading pleasures.
An artist whose fine art is collected worldwide, Allegretto’s every stroke of the keyboard that gave life to “Bridge of Sighs and Dreams” is rendered as masterfully as the brushstrokes that shape her popular canvasses.”
BRIDGE OF SIGHS AND DREAMS is available for purchase in paperback and eBook at:

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Bridge of Sighs and Dreams


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