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The Officer’s Wife by Catherine Law

Holding It All Together

The Officer’s Wife by Catherine Law is a powerful historical novel that spans a generation from 1932-1962, as Catherine Law captures a snapshot of history.

We see that there are pivotal moments that shape us – at the time we do not realise that this is a moment that will define a life. It is a time that we will return to and cling to because it brings happiness.

And there are lives that draw others in. They rescue the lost and lonely, creating a place of sanctuary within their hearts.

There are also physical sanctuaries of bricks and mortar – the place where we just know that we belong, as if we have spent a lifetime of searching.

Love appears where it chooses. We cannot always help where attraction lies. Kindness and good hearts will always draw others in.

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