LOOK TO THE EAST
Lang's couple doesn't experience
enough time together for a satisfying romance, but the accounts of survival during dire circumstances make the story interesting.
When the German army occupies the French village of Briecourt during WWI, wealthy Belgian entrepreneur Charles Lassone hides in a church. The confines of the church cellar drive him mad until Julitte Toussaint finds him. They forge a friendship that turns into a romance. One day, Charles escapes, vowing to return to save her. But returning to Briecourt will get him killed -- will he risk his life to save the woman he loves? (TYNDALE, Sep., 350 pp., $12.99)