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    Picture in a locket. Hope? Death? Gripping Action

    Captain Robert Rainey survived The Great War and now he is drawn back into the action by the very woman who helped him get through it. She just never knew it. And now they are pitted against both sides as revolution rages in Russia. And they don’t even know why. A tiny picture of Elizabeth Clarke in a locket gave Rainey the will to survive. Now she is dragging him back into hell again. B.G. Cousins paints a desolate and desperate tale of a headstrong woman with a group of American ex-soldiers led by a reluctant Canadian across the war-torn world after WW1 has ended. The battles are intense and the bodies build up as the race to rescue Elizabeth’s father stumbles through a frightening landscape of post-war Europe and Russia. The mysteries and secrets are engaging and seem to build even beyond the end of the book. I loved this book. Never a dull moment. Always some new twist. And just when you think the story is done, it gets even more interesting.
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    Excited to read on !

    I found myself intrigued by the twists and turns. The prose is clean, never insipid. Lots of interesting tidbits of bistorical fact interspersed with the fiction. I was biased enough to really enjoy a Canadian protagonist along witb the red serge.
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