A mother and her teenage daughter come to the isolated French village of St Laurent-la-Rivière, a village still scarred by the blood and fire of thirty years before.
It was here that the mother survived her years of war, an Englishwoman alone with face papers in occupied France, an intruder cut off by the flood tide of battle . . .
‘The Intruder is a marvellous account of what survival is like . . .’ The Listener