Tell Them I’m Dead

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"It was while looking for something to write on in the desk that I caused this letter to fall out. Intrigued, I glanced at the envelope - it had been mailed in Paris in 1920. When I gently removed the folded sheet of paper, I had no idea that it would change my life..."
Jean-Pierre Echterbille

Mauricette’s grandfather planned to live a happy life with his wife and child. Then the war came and plunged him into the hell of the trenches of the First World War. A bomb exploded in his face just as the war was ending. His granddaughter thought he was gone forever, but then a letter from a writer finally resolved this family secret.

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