’Beloved Enemy’ shows the futility of war and I hope brings out the message that there are good and bad in all races.
CAMBRIDGE, England (PRWEB) January 18, 2016
Focusing on the perspective of a British woman, Sheila Munds-Belbin’s new book, “Beloved Enemy,” goes back in time to World War II German-occupied France.
Set in the 1940s and spanning across a 20-year period, her book follows a young English spy in the British Women’s Army who falls in love with the target enemy, a German colonel. This World War II historical fiction novel explores the conflicts of war, duty and forbidden love.
Munds-Belbin draws from her experience of living in London through this time period and the influence of her friend with ties in both France and Germany to provide insight into the harsh realities of war.
“’Beloved Enemy’ shows the futility of war and I hope brings out the message that there are good and bad in all races,” Munds-Belbin said.
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“Beloved Enemy: A Conflict of Love and Duty”
By Sheila Munds-Belbin
Available in softcover and e-book
Available online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse
About the author
Sheila Munds-Belbin is a retired lawyer. In 2008, she married Dr. R. Meredith Belbin, an international management consultant. They currently live in Cambridge. “Beloved Enemy” is her debut novel.