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Single to Paris (Rosie Ewing #4)

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SOE agent Rosie Ewing, who has recently escaped from being deported to a death camp, is being flown home. However, as she returns, two SOE agents are arrested and held in Paris by the Gestapo—or someone worse. As Rosie knows these agents, she is sent back to try and rescue them. She starts with tracking down Jacqueline, a woman she recruited for some SOE work, but who has...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by Little, Brown Book Group (first published 2001)
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Alexander Fullerton (1924–2008) was a British author of naval and other fiction. Born in 1924 in Suffolk and brought up in France, he was a cadet during the years 1938-1941 at the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth from the age of thirteen. He went to sea serving first in the battleship Queen Elizabeth in the Mediterranean, and spent the rest of the war at sea - mostly under it, in submarines.

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