Single To Paris is the last fling of Rosie Ewing, SOE agent in German-occupied France.
August 1945. Rosie is back in France. Destination: Paris, to trace two agents arrested by the Gestapo. Also in Paris is Jacqueline, mistress of a highly placed SD officer. Rosie's brief is to find Jacqueline, use her to discover where the agents are being held, and rescue them before they are broken by torture. The French Resistance become involved, but in the chaos of the times, both Gaullist and Communist resistance groups are stirring - and at each others' throats. There are also exceptionally vicious pro-Nazi groups. Rosie is going solo into disturbed waters filled with sharks.
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Alexander Fullerton is the author of The Nicholas Everard series and the SOE series.From AudioFile:
In August 1945, SOE agent Rosie Ewing heads to Paris to extricate two agents who have fallen into the hands of the Gestapo. Her plan is to locate Jacqueline, a woman who has done work for the SOE but who also has relations with the Nazis. As a collaborator, Rosie points out to her, she risks reprisal when the war is over. Rosie offers her protection if she will introduce her to her latest boyfriend, a high-ranking Nazi who has been interrogating the captured pair. Nicolette McKenzie mixes and matches French and British accents well, but German and Norwegian accents less so. McKenzie seems to enjoy crafting the tension of the novel and keeps the listener riveted. B.H.B. © AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine
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