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The Third Knife: A tale of Vengeance and Passion in the French Resistance (Catalina & Bonhomme International Spy Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This World War II tale is three narratives in one. First, it’s the story of a young Italian signorina who escapes from the Germans to France with her family’s fortune around her waist and finds her first love in the process. Next is a passionate story about a group of young French resistance members, the maquis, and their dangerous campaigns against the Nazis. Finally, there’s a tale of French and Italian wines and the vintners who produce the grapes.
We are educated about the period, the land, and the war even as the story pulls at our heartstrings, horrifies us, pulls us into the plot, and leaves us with a lasting impression of characters we learn to love and admire. There are maps and explanations at the end of the book and an introduction to the book, Return of the French Blue, to which The Third Knife is the prequel.
up the tension, violence, and suspense. Geographic, fascinating locations are vividly described so that one almost feels like being there. Yet the
book contains the most disgusting torture that I've read in years. This might reflect on some recent methods. The reader can decide if they are
needed to obtain information. It is a well written book, factual, but not easy reading.