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When Germany invades France in 1940, Cecily Lefort can’t imagine how the aristocratic comforts of life as a French doctor’s wife are about to disappear. A return to native England eventually leads Cecily back to France, this time as a secret agent. Cecily is one of 13 female Special Operations Executive (SOE) spies who do not survive to tell their story. But a 100-year old family-owned photograph of Cecily inspires author Elizabeth Sloan to travel to Paris and investigate the story of Cecily’s life–and death. The intuitive conversation between Elizabeth and Cecily–based on war documents, letters, and interviews–spins an international web of intrigue that captures the raw emotions of love and war.
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Elizabeth Sloan lives in Moscow, Idaho, where she writes, makes book art, and works as a university instructor. Follow E.M.'s work at www.lizziebzArt.com, and facebook.com/lizziebzart.
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Book Description Condition: Acceptable. Well-loved Book. May have markings, water damage, missing jacket/CDs/supplemental materials, and heavy wear. Stock photo may be different from actual cover. Seller Inventory # 4EKGLF003ETP