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Once again, Pennell weaves her spell of taking you inside the dark passages of war, where under-cover activity is the norm for Kurt Heinz. Heinz handles himself as well as Bogie would have, until he falls for Sarah Barrett, a U.S. Army R.N. Unwittingly allowing Sarah in his life ups the ante outrageously for Heinz as he tries to juggle the goal of his mission, while making sure Sarah escapes alive.
If you like history, and writing that gives you that well-turned feeling of Noir, then you're going to love Casablanca. It's about time we had the delight of revisiting this haunting setting, isn't it?
(Gifted a copy for independent review)
Pennell grabs the reader by the throat and carries them into the depths of war. Spying, completing a mission successfully above all else, is drummed into OSS Officer Kurt Heinz. He puts his life on the line for his country, the USA. Thirty-eight chapters of nail-biting, tension-filled pages open the world of the African campaign during World War II. Not only does the reader ride along in every venture, and spine-chilling danger, but there is a major question. Can he carry out his game-changing mission and snatch the love of his life from the brink of death? A must read.
Intriguing story about WW2.
Held my interest.
Received copy in exchange of a honest review.