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The Spies of Warsaw: A Novel



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Author
Furst, Alan
Descriptors
Espionage
Historical Fiction-European
Man-Woman Relationships
Military Intelligence
Nazis
Spies
Thrillers-Historical
Location/Setting:
Warsaw, Poland
Time Period:
1930s
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Summary
While assigned to the French embassy in Warsaw, Poland, in 1937, Colonel Jean-Francois Mercier runs a network of spies to find out what the Nazis are doing in Germany to rebuild their power. His life is further complicated when he falls in love with Anna Szarbek, a Polish woman who works as a lawyer for The League of Nations.
Critique
Through his detailed descriptions, the author is able to transport the reader back in time to Warsaw. Carefully researched with interesting characters, the author presents a fascinating depiction of Europe prior to World War II. Highly recommend.
ISBN
9781400066025
  iBistro
# of Pages
266
Published
2008
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Reviewer's Initials: DZ


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