Radio Echo

Readers: Please note this novel does not yet have representation, so consider this a Work in Progress.

 

Radio Echo

An upmarket novel set in 1940s Northern Italy

by

A.K. Andrew

 

 Tuscan Hill-town, A.K.Andrew,akandrew.com, Radio Echo

 
 

Radio Echo is a compelling portrait of wartime Italy. Betrayal, loss and the fight for survival during Nazi occupation, forces eighteen-yr-old Raffaella to risk her life for those she loves.

Music resonates through Radio Echo – from traditional Italian, to Schubert, Italian swing and Cole Porter. The novel balances individual struggle, the elusive morality of war, and the combustible mix of politics and religion. Memorable characters and a complex narrative provide an atmospheric sense of time and place. At times heartbreaking, Radio Echo leaves us with hope, as Italy moves towards a post Fascist society.

 

 

A.K. Andrew, akandrew.com, Radio Echo

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