Love Letters From Dresden (Artōrius Series Book 1)

WWII love letters tell of romance and tragedy.
Moving her mother into a nursing home, Jacinta discovers a bundle of old love letters setting her on a journey of discovery. What unfolds is a touching story of lost but enduring love, of death and heartbreak. A wonderful tale of love awaits, but sometimes the past is best undisturbed.

“With the winds of time, love letters drift from our lives, taking their secrets with them”.

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Editorial Reviews


With a title like, Love Letters From Dresden, I thought, I knew what to expect.  The story however was so much more. A true classic in the making.

Wow what a page turner. It is not often I read a book in 2 days. An incredible read. Pamela Braithwaite.

Wonderful story that unravelled very cleverly and kept me gripped the whole way. Set between WW2 and modern day and told through the viewpoint of several characters, Love Letters from Dresden is a beautiful tale of friendship, survival and love.

“A German boy doesn’t cry! An often repeated reminder as I was growing up in Berlin. Now this book brought tears to my eyes. Extremely well written and true to the Times as I can do well remember. I was part of the caravans because my mother and I had been evacuated to a village in a part that became polish and we were on the road back to Berlin along with thousands of people fleeing the approaching Russian army. This book is a true reminder of those days. The plot is mind blowing. It is so true sounding, it cannot be fiction.” Gunter Goodreads