Louise’ Crossing by Sarah R. Shaber

1944 and Louise Pearlie, newly reassigned to work at the offices of the OSS in London, is crossing the Atlantic on a Liberty ship bound for Liverpool. When the stewardess assigned to the passengers is found death, Louise becomes convinced that it was no mere accident, but is in some way connected to a death …

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Death in Captivity by Michael Gilbert

Set in a Prisoner of War camp for British officers, Death in Captivity opens with the discovery of one of the prisoners dead in an escape tunnel. Accident or Murder? And when one of the prisoners is arrested for murder by their Italian captures it is left to Captain “Cuckoo” Goyles to discover the truth.  …

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The Spies of Shilling Lane

The Spies of Shilling Lane is a treat for anyone who loves historical fiction. Mrs. Braithwaite, divorced by her husband and drummed out of her village, determines to find her daughter Betty in an adventure through London during the Blitz. The characters of Mrs. Braithwaite and Mr. Norris were so well drawn that I could …

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