Monday 16 June
The true story of how one French community saved thousands of lives in World War II.
A Good Place to Hide by Peter Grose is the story of a community of men and women who offered sanctuary, kindness, solidarity and hospitality to people in desperate need. A story of the goodness and courage of ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances.
“Peter’s tale … is not what you think it will be: no sentimental yarn of deliverance of all those the Nazi regime had in their sights, but a tale of practically delivered salvage of the hunted. It is a story resonant in our days, the age of refugees, and a grand narrative in its own right.” – Thomas Keneally
Join us for a special evening with Peter Grose discussing his latest book. Thomas Keneally will provide an introduction.