The book is set in Carnforth during WWII when the iconic film, Brief Encounter, was being filmed at the town’s railway station.
The story takes readers on a journey from the railway town to snow-bound Germany and the extraordinary Great March of prisoners of war. It explores themes of friendship, hope, and how in the end, it is the small things that enable love to survive.
Davina also writes under the pen name Deborah Swift and her previous books include, ‘The Lady’s Slipper’, ‘The Gilded Lily’ and ‘A Divided Inheritance’.
Find her at www.davinablake.com or at www.deborahswift.com