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Inhaltsangabe: A MEMBER OF THE ROYAL FAMILY IS TRAPPED IN THE BIGGEST DOUBLE CROSS OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR.
Lady Catherine Rushmore’s life is shattered on the night of her concert performance in Berlin, when she witnesses SS thugs trash Jewish homes and brutally murder a baby on Kristal Nacht—the Night of Broken Glass. With her is hard-boiled journalist, Marla Franklin, who sketches rather than photographs the horrors surrounding them. Catherine is ashamed that they don’t do anything to stop the cruelty they witness and joins Churchill’s secret group, formed to prevent Hitler from producing the first atomic bomb.
While Catherine can’t forget the golden SS officer she has left behind in Berlin, Marla falls in love with the agent training to sabotage the heavy water supply the Nazis are producing in Norway for their nuclear labs in Denmark and Germany. Though the heavy water supply is blown up, someone on the team betrays the agent Marla loves, and the SS executes him in Norway.
But Hitler can still beat the Allies because Dr. Holbak in Denmark can show the Nazis how to unlock the atom’s chain reaction in time to produce the first atomic bomb. To get the physicist to defect to London, Churchill and King George VI decide to send in the one person the nuclear scientist trusts most—Catherine, the king’s cousin. Both leaders believe she is the only one who can convince Holbak to hand over his atomic formulas to the Allies. When Marla discovers Catherine’s mission has also been betrayed, she impersonates her and is captured instead.
Once the Gestapo realizes it has been tricked, however, the hunt to find the king’s cousin begins. With the traitor still at large, the biggest double cross of the war continues, while the fate of Catherine and Marla hangs on two men who are sworn enemies.
Vom Verlag: For her first novel, author Bonnie Toews has produced more than an exciting spy novel. She has created a moving journey of the human spirit that transcends the pervasive evil of Nazi Germany.
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