The Hove author’s book is based on her grandmother’s life and will be published next month

AN AUTHOR has announced the release date of her latest historical novel inspired by her grandmother’s life.

Jenny Ashcroft’s The Echoes of Love is set to hit shelves on September 29th.

The novel, published by HQ, focuses on a WWII love story based on Jenny’s grandmother’s own experiences of life in Greece during the Nazi occupation.

Eleni has lived in Crete all her life, swapping her English home with her grandfather for the summers.

The Argus: Jenny's Uncle GeorgeJenny’s uncle George

Arriving in 1936, she believes that the coming weeks will be no different from the previous ones.

But also this year a young German named Otto visits the island. The two meet and fall in love before Eleni has to return home.

The Argus: Jenny's grandmotherJenny’s grandmother

When the island falls victim to a Nazi invasion in 1941, Eleni and Otto meet there again.

Eleni has returned to fight for her homeland, Otto to occupy it. They are enemies, but will their relationship destroy them or overcome the ravages of war?

The Argus: Jenny AshcroftJenny Ashcroft

Jenny from Hove is the author of several historical novels including Beneath A Burning Sky and Island In The East.

She previously spent much of her life living, working and exploring Australia and Asia and now splits her time between Australia and the UK.

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