From the New York Times bestselling author: Two spies risk everything to hunt down an infamous Nazi doctor in the aftermath of World War II.
'Kelly weaves a fasinating tale of lesser-known hereos, inspired by true events, to enhance our understanding of history.’ Starred Booklist
'A compelling portryal of turmoil both personal and global.’ Kirkus Reviews
'Intriguing … Histroical fictions fans wil be delighted.’ Publishers Weekly
Two spies who have lost everything. Or have they?
The year is 1952. It’s been over a decade since Josie and Arlette were arrested for working with the Resistance and imprisoned at the Ravensbrück concentration camp.
Now working for the U.S. Army, Josie nurtures an ember of anger in her heart as she searches for the Nazi scientists who did unspeakable things to her mother.
Arlette, having exhausted all her finances in Paris to find her stolen son, is left with no choice but to take a charming stranger up on his offer to search his compound’s orphanage in French Guiana.
Yet rumour has it the compound is filled with absconding Nazis.
Both women must work together to uncover the truth and save the ones they love from terrifying danger . . .
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***** 'FANTASTIC!!! This is another EXCELLENT + incredibly well-researched book by Martha Hall Kelly.’
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***** 'A wonderful and stunning postWWII-era historical fiction that is from one of my favorite authors. I loved it.’
***** 'This is a wonderful WW2 historical fiction. It has mystery, suspense and will keep you reading to see what will happen next’
***** 'I loved every minute of reading this book.’