A Good Place to Hide - Peter Grose - - Allen & Unwin - AustraliaThank you! In his American debut, Grose tells a little-known story of a pacifist pastor and the heroic Huguenot population of a plateau in France. Perhaps it was the Huguenot background of persecution that fostered a people who kept secrets, minded their own business and helped their fellow sufferers. The plateau was a popular summer vacation spot and had little other attraction. There were no minerals, agriculture or wine production, which a nation at war might requisition, so it was effectively a safe haven. As a vacation spot, it had a wealth of guesthouses and hotels.
A Good Place to Hide
They kept their heads down, they kept their mouths shut and they stuck together to offer sanctuary and shelter to over Jews in their small villages in the isolated upper reaches of the Loire. This is one of the great modern stories of unknown heroism and courage. Peter Grose is a former journalist, literary agent and publisher. Reading group notes Download reading group notes PDF. Download cover.