The Tuscan Child by Rhys Bowen
This one was on my TBR a long time. I think I put off reading it because I gotten a bit tired of World War II fiction.
After her estranged father, Hugo, dies, Joanna find mysterious letter among his possessions. This lead her on a mission to uncover the mystery. Along the way she learns that her father wasn’t exactly the man she thought he was.
The story is told in dual timelines. WWII pilot Hugo is shot down over Tuscany while flying a mission. Sofia helps him to stay hidden among the ruins of an old monastery.
I thoroughly enjoyed this read. If you like dual timelines, World War II fiction, and a little bit of mystery, this might be one for you to check out.