Photographer's Wife:Suzanne Joinson



Photographer’s Wife:Suzanne Joinson


“The Photographer’s Wife” by Suzanne Joinson follows the intertwining stories of Prudence, a British woman in 1920s Jerusalem, and her granddaughter Elizabeth in present-day London. Through a series of photographs, Elizabeth uncovers secrets from her grandmother’s past, revealing a tale of love, loss, and identity amidst the backdrop of a tumultuous era.”

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“The Photographer’s Wife” by Suzanne Joinson is a captivating historical novel that weaves together the stories of two women, spanning decades and continents. In 1920s Jerusalem, Prudence, a British woman newly married to an archaeologist, finds herself drawn to the vibrant city and its complex political landscape. As tensions rise between Arabs and Jews, Prudence becomes entangled in a web of secrets and betrayals that will shape the course of her life.

In present-day London, Prudence’s granddaughter, Elizabeth, discovers a series of photographs taken by Prudence during her time in Jerusalem. Intrigued by her grandmother’s past, Elizabeth embarks on a journey to uncover the truth behind the images and the mysteries surrounding Prudence’s life.

As Elizabeth delves deeper into Prudence’s story, she uncovers a tale of love, loss, and longing set against the backdrop of a tumultuous era. From the streets of Jerusalem to the halls of British colonial society, the novel explores themes of identity, belonging, and the search for meaning in a rapidly changing world.

Through Joinson’s evocative prose and richly drawn characters, “The Photographer’s Wife” transports readers to a fascinating time and place, where the past and present collide in unexpected ways. As Elizabeth unravels the secrets of her family’s history, she discovers her own connections to the past and the power of love to transcend time and distance.

With its blend of historical drama, mystery, and romance, “The Photographer’s Wife” is a compelling tale of resilience, courage, and the enduring bonds that unite generations across the ages.”

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Weight 270 g






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