Still Life, by Sarah Winman (4th Estate)

Two chance encounters in and near Florence in 1944, as the allied forces retake the city, will shape the life of a young British soldier forever.

Private Ulysses Temper – whose father named him after a winning greyhound – first meets British art historian Evelyn Skinner a few nights before Florence is liberated. She has come to the area to make contact with the Allied Military Government and help salvage art treasures which have been hidden all over the countryside…Click here to read full article

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