No Time to Lose
A Post-War Romance
By David Stringer
In the first years following the Second World War, despite the changes wrought by the devastation of conflict, society maintained vestiges of its formal heritage. So when David Maxwell meets Ginette Robertson and they fall in love, it seems the obstacles which separate them from their happiness are insurmountable. Ginette, who is half Belgian, is already engaged to a family friend in Brussels, and is a devout Catholic, David is a struggling writer and a doubting Protestant. They visit Beligium together, watch the successful opening of David's play and soon the path before them appears a little smoother. But round the corner, fate has laid some fresh challenges for their love.
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