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Jackdaws by Ken Follett
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Sep 13, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction, thriller
Read from September 13 to 20, 2010

Suspenseful, compelling, action-packed. This thriller is what I would expect from a bestselling author like Ken Follett. He doesn't fall short!

The protagonist Felicity Clairet (Flick), a beautiful British major, forms a group to pose as cleaning women to infiltrate a chateau which houses an important telephone exchange. She plans to destroy the equipment. She has no problem ruthlessly shooting people and planning attacks, but still worries about her husband having an affair. She puts her mission first, despite fatal consequences and casualties. Her arch enemy Dieter Franck of German intelligence, who enjoys torturing his victims, is a few steps behind her all the way. Everyone sacrifices in this story.

A good read.


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