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Elizabeth Thérèse Thomas

Elizabeth is a very active sixty-three-year-old grandmother and great-grandmother with great passions for dragon-boating, snow-skiing, motorbike-riding and travelling, as well as enjoying the more leisurely pursuits of reading, gardening and bridge.Elizabeth has taught children for many years and is now a semi-retired Educational Consultant of Parkes, a rural town in central NSW, Australia. She manages a Kip McGrath Education Centre franchise with her husband, Bill.


It was in their travels to France that they visited the ruined village of Oradour-sur-Glane. Elizabeth was so profoundly touched by its history that the need to tell this story inspired her first novel.


  • Remember Oradour


    The village of Oradour-sur-Glane is etched into the memory of every French soul. It was a pretty, vibrant town at the beginning of the Second World War, filled with people who went about their business and pleasure with the thought only of enjoying the life they had been given.

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