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The Long Path Home A young woman on the run finds a second chance in World War II Italy in a thrilling novel of love, intrigue, and redemption by the author of A Girl Divided, Chicago From desperate small town teen to star of the burlesque circuit, Violet Ernte has survived tough choices and than one reinvention Now, framed for an underworld murder, she has one way out agree to keep Marcie, a reckless USO showgirl and mobster s daughter, on the straight and narrow Vi s new act play innocent ingenue and join the all American song and dance troupe bound for overseas to a war torn ItalyWhen a USO headliner goes missing soon after landing, the disappearance has treacherous implications for the entire troupe With Marcie s safety in peril, Vi turns to battle roughened army sergeant Ansel Danger for help But getting closer to Ansel means exposing her past and her double life of scandal and deception And in a heartbeat, she could lose everythingDefiant and resilient, Vi is used to taking risks This time it s for redemption To love, and to be loved And for a second chance at a future she thought was lost forever

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10 thoughts on “The Long Path Home

  1. says:

    The Long Path Home is an epic piece of historical fiction with a touch of mystery set against the backdrop of World War II Italy circa 1944 It follows Violet Vi Ernte a Chicagoan burlesque dancer who has been mercilessly framed for the murder of a well known mobster and finds a way to slip beneath the radar and leave the United States for Europe befo

  2. says:

    First, thank you, as I received this book as a free Kindle download I have read a lot of books set during WW2 but this was a different perspective The last third of the book took an unexpected twist from being a dance themed USO show during wartime to one of deception, betrayal and heroism Julianne Hough, in my mind, could handle this role.

  3. says:

    This was a wonderfully written story I absolutely love strong female characters that uplift other females.

  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I kept reading in the hope that the plot would pick up but it never really did It starts with an interesting premise but nothing seems to happen until suddenly she s on a resistance mission and is almost killed Each chapter would end with a character saying they re going on a journey or so

  5. says:

    This is historical fiction with mystery and suspense There is so much to this story, I don t know where to begin I loved the setting and the time frame Violet Ernte was a teen star who has had to wear many faces, and she wears them well Framed for murder she heads to war torn Italy All she really wants is to love and be loved This was such a heart felt and gripping read I r

  6. says:

    Thank you to Lake Union publishers for this book.I usually enjoy World War II books set in the 1940s but this one was not one of them It had so much potential but I just couldn t finish it I thought I would enjoy it since it was about women entertaining for the USO overseas Again, I m in the minority of not enjoying this book by reading the reviews This book just wasn t going any

  7. says:

    I loved the story and found myself rooting for different characters along the way Just when I thought I had something figured out in the story, I found out I was wrong some very clever twists Typically I am not a fast reader, but this held my attention and I finished it in record time.

  8. says:

    The Long Path Home by Ellen Lindseth was one I got on Kindle Unlimited and not one I d heard of before It was a good story, but fell a bit flat for me Although it had all the necessary parts to make it an edge of your seat read, it felt slow to me and I never really felt anything for the majority of the characters I don t know if it was the writing style or what, but the story line and the p

  9. says:

    I got this book for fair and honest review form NetGalleyThe Long Way Home, tells the story of Vi a burlesque dancer in Chicago who ran away from home when she was fifteen, after getting pregnant, by her sisters fianc e The book opens after a show when Vi goes to a a house with a hit man, while there instead of having sex with him Vi uses a drug to knocked him out, she then leaves only to find the

  10. says:

    The Long Path Home, by Ellen Lindseth, is set in Chicago during World War 2 It follows the path of Violet, or Vi, a girl who once acted in a reproachable manner, wrongly becomes the chief suspect in a murder investigation and flees to Europe to hide While she s in Europe, Vi takes on a new persona playing a show girl who entertains the troops with the USO There s some interesting material here about the

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