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Troubled Midnight (Suzie Mountford #4)

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In 1943, The United Kingdom is alive with men and women making ready for the greatest invasion in history: preparing to assault Hitler's Fortress Europe. The skies are full of training aircraft, their engines merging with the throb of the RAF and USAAF bombers heading on round-the-clock missions against Germany.
With fresh bloodshed on the horizon, the coming Christmas pre...more
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published February 21st 2006 by Minotaur Books (first published February 1st 2005)
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Immerses you in life in England (mainly provincial & military life)during the second world war. Starts off keenly, and develops the three main characters well--they become interesting in themselves, so part of the interest of this "mystery" is the love triangle. The climax itself seemed flat and disappointing.
Tom Anderson
Detective Suzie Mountford goes spy catching.
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