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Further mysteries surface surrounding her husband's death. Did the trustworthy Foreign Office employee betray government secrets? Was his murder linked to the death of a German embassy clerk the same night? And who searched their flat?
Her desire for answers and her need to support herself cause her to break away from the pampered life she's known and take a job. But with the much-needed paycheck as a society reporter for a newspaper comes a secret secondary assignment - one that involves her in the increasingly dangerous world of European politics as the continent slides toward war.
What I saw was all wrong.
I gasped as I looked down at Reggie's face and reached for him. My hand jerked to a stop as reality hit me.
Reggie wasn't sleeping on that cold metal table.
The Friday 56
(which is actually from page 55 this week)
"Why did he approach me? And why was he hanging around my building when he watched this person that he wouldn't name break into my flat?"
"I'd suspect the burglar was German."
"I don't know any Germans."
John shrugged and looked away. "Reggie was in the Foreign Office...."
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Book Blogger Hop
Do your children, siblings, or other family members enjoy reading as much as you do?
I don't think any of the family read quite as much as I do, but I know they enjoy reading. Hubs especially likes science fiction, non-fiction and maybe westerns. The boys (well, young men now, really) like gaming as well as history (especially military history). My daughter will read a.n.y.t.h.i.n.g. having to do with dinosaurs or clocks.