Allegra Jordan is a best-selling author (#1 military historical fiction, Amazon) and an innovation consultant. She has led innovation projects in 16 countries on five continents. She is the immediate past president of the Southern Documentary Fund which has produced more than 100 documentaries, including the PBS hit show A CHEF'S LIFE. She is currently a committee member for the United Nations' Women for Peace Association march to raise awareness about solutions to gender violence. Her articles, cases and book reviews have appeared in USA Today, TEDx, and in publications by Duke, Harvard and UT-Austin. She curates a top-ranked reconciliation poetry website. A graduate with honors of Harvard Business School, she has been named a top executive under 40 in Austin, Texas and Birmingham, Alabama. The best-selling End of Innocence is her debut novel. (Formerly HARVARD 1914, the work was acquired by Sourcebooks, edited, and new material added.) Photo credit: Malcolm Moore.
The End of Innocence: A Novel
by Allegra Jordan
In this enthralling story of love, loss, and divided loyalties, two students fall in love on the eve of WWI and must face a world at war—from opposing sides. Cambridge, MA, 1914: Helen Windship Brooks, the precocious daughter of the prestigious Boston family, is struggling to find herself at the renowned Harvard-Radcliffe...
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