Light of the Moon Summary
Evelyn St John has been parachuted into France to link up with the Resistance. Paul von Hoch's brief, as a member of the German Intelligence, is to track down enemy spies. Suddenly the battle lines shift between patriotism and a deeper truth that says love is more important. `A compelling love story . . . The characters are utterly convincing . . . Genuine tension and excitement . . . An excellent novel . . . Even a man could risk reading it' Philippa Gregory, Sunday Times `Echoing with danger and tension, tenderness and truth, this is a love story and a picture of war that will haunt you . . . unforgettable' Peter James, author of Possession `An immensely interesting novel. The evocative atmosphere and dangerous exploits keep you turning the pages' Woman's Journal
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