I know I said I was taking a blogging vacay, but I just couldn’t resist reblogging this stupendous review from Roy McCarthy over at “Back on the Rock” for my debut novel, Beneath the Satin Gloves.
A big thank you to Roy for his support…two gorgeous reviews for both of my little books. I am very thankful for the shout outs and relieved to know that my crazy words had the ability to entertain.
Be sure to stop by Roy’s blog and show him some love!
Happy (almost) New Year, my beautiful, beautiful friends!
There are any number of books, fact and fiction, that have World War 2 as either their subject or backdrop. Few enough are set in the epicentre of the aggressor nation. In her debut novel Britt Skrabanek transports us to war-time Berlin in a fast-moving and intriguing tale.
We don’t arrive there by conventional means either. A modern young American woman suffers from bad dreams, realistic flashbacks reminiscent of shell-shock that do little for her quality of life. One morning she awakes in the bed of a high-ranking Nazi. The year is 1943 and she is a spy behind enemy lines living the life of a night-club singer. Her spymaster Emil is strangely and intimately familiar and, through him, her mission becomes clearer. Alina has a week left to take advantage of her position to collect top secret information and pass it on to a courier.
And the spy Alina…
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