The Partisan Heart
Poised between 1999 and 1944, The Partisan Heart is an enthralling story of love and betrayal, set across Britain and the Italian Alps.
The death of his wife has left Michael Keats bereft; the subsequent discovery of her adultery devastates him.
So Michael resolves to discover the identity of her lover.
That journey leads him to northern Italy where he becomes embroiled in a story of passion and treachery amongst the Partisans and villagers during the darkest days of World War II.
As Michael gets closer to the truth he realizes that some secrets should never be told.
- 'Captivating- This captured my interest from the first page. The author seems to have done a great job in research! Truly intriguing!'- Goodreads reviewer for Houses Of Death
- 'Thanks, Mr Kerr for shining a bright light on an area I vaguely knew to be controversial, but now have a better understanding.' - Amazon reviewer for A Short History of Africa
- Having published books in a variety of genres, from geographical and historical non-fiction, true crime and now novels set during World War II, Kerr has proved he is a jack of all trades and will succeed with any project.
Delighted to be publishing this wonderfully gripping and atmospheric thriller and looking forward to seeing @gordonkerr290 @LondonBookFair ! @PGUK @Babel_Bridge @Brownlee_Donald https://t.co/x0nOvnS6fQ
Delighted to be publishing this wonderfully gripping and atmospheric thriller and looking forward to seeing @gordonkerr290 @LondonBookFair ! @PGUK @Babel_Bridge @Brownlee_Donald https://t.co/x0nOvnS6fQ— Muswell Press (@MuswellPress) March 12, 2019