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- Print Length: 338 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0996483128
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- Publisher: JDP Press (February 25, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01AU0KC8E
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To do that, she’ll have to find a way to support herself and avoid moving back in with her socially prominent and very proper father. Through a childhood friend, she finds work at a newspaper, ostensibly as a society writer. Her editor has other work in mind—with Olivia’s social connections, she’s ideally suited to attend parties and bring back information gleaned high society, and from Reggie’s colleagues at the Foreign Office and their counterparts at the German Embassy.
Was Reggie responsible for documents going missing from the Foreign Office? Whatever she’s learned about him since his death, Olivia can’t believe that. But someone must, or why would they search her flat or follow her on the street? Olivia doesn’t know who to trust, but she teams up with Adam Redmond, an Army Intelligence officer, one of the few people who believe that Reggie was murdered, to dig through the increasing layers of mystery and intrigue.
Olivia is a fine heroine, smart, determined, and resourceful. Her sleuthing takes her into the darker corners of a fascinating period in London, with society still shaken by the Abdication and unwilling to believe in the coming war. She discovers that not all the British are loyal—and not all the Germans are what they seem. I hope we’ll see Olivia again soon.
unbelievable. Even though I had trouble with the story line, I completed it and will re=read again when I can sit down and read through it at a better pace. I had too many interruptions and perhaps this was why I have given it only 3.5 stars!
by Kate Parker, it is an outstanding book, I just finished it and enjoyed its convoluted plot of the ins and outs of spying in an era that fears the threat of war with Germany, and how deadly any whisper of knowledge could be even for those unwittingly involved.