Secrets live by trust, die by betrayal. England, late summer 1940 Preparations for the invasion are complete. The defeat of the Royal Air Force is all that remains before German troops march on the streets of London. Livy Ashford, the daughter of a Lord, has secrets of her own. Secrets that have chained her heart since she was a child. Love has eluded her until an accident of war sends Jamie Wallace, a fighter pilot, a butcher’s son, into her life. Fear of loving in a time of war when death can come at any time, the vast class differences that separate them as well as the lies and deceit of those they trust, all conspire to destroy them. A deep web of secrets, intrigue and treachery by enemy agents consummates in the discovery of a most guarded secret, one that if known will instantly bring about the invasion. Thread by thread the deceit unravels to reveal a stunning betrayal, one where the survival of Livy and Jamie as well as their nation will depend on them both keeping secrets. . .
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Duncan Stewart lives in Southern California. His life has been one of adventure, from diving for Spanish treasure to exploring the wilds of Africa and South America. His background is in the entertainment industry as a cinematographer, editor and executive. Story telling has always been a passion for Mr. Stewart. From his earliest years, he was taught the oral traditions of Irish folklore and myth, heroes and villains. He believes through the magic of story, the mystery of life is opened and shared. Keeping Secrets is his debut novel. Currently, he is engaged in writing his second and third novels, Magnolia Highway, a story of a young artist’s attempt to understand the world he lives in, and From a Blindspot, a psychological mystery thriller set in Los Angeles. Mr. Stewart can be followed on Twitter @TalesbyDStewart or on his website: www.talesbyduncanstewart.com.
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Book Description Tales by Duncan Stewart, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Bookseller Inventory # mon0001591958