Beneath A Scarlet Sky

51pcmD+vWhLBeneath A Scarlet Sky by Mark Sullivan was a recommendation from my former colleague who always makes such good recommendations. This book was no exception. And, while I am a bit tired of WWII, this took a different angle – Italy and no real in-depth coverage of the well-known atrocities. Atrocities were certainly part of the story, but not the focus. It was a fascinating story and moved at a great pace. It’s the true tale of Pino Lella who lives in Milan with his family and how he becomes involved with the resistance. I very much enjoyed it and highly recommend it – one of the best books I’ve read all year.
five-stars

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