The Lavender Bees of Meuse is the third book in a trilogy written by local author and friend, Gail Noble-Sanderson. The three books are all historical fiction, centering around World War I and II with a beautiful French lavender farm mixing into each of them. Please take note of the beautiful cover art, done by Gail’s sister Kathy. Below is a synopsis of the third book, taken from Gail’s website.
France, 1939. After many years enjoying her peaceful existence in northern France, Marie Durant Chagall, a rural nurse practitioner, is thrust once again into the conflict of war as the dark days of World War II bring untold challenges to the countryside of Meuse. Beside loss and sacrifice lie courage and ingenuity, and with the help and resilience of her close friends, Marie must decide what she is willing to risk in saving those unable to save themselves. The Lavender Bees of Meuse, the third novel from award-winning author Gail Noble-Sanderson, is an intriguing weave of historical fiction, romance, and suspense.