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    Rupert Colley's The Sixth Man

    This is a stunning emotional paced read!!! It is extremely well written. The description became solid scenes in my mind. The book expanded the way of thinking about the importance of life and choices made in life. This book exposes you to the lives of six regular citizens: a doctor, a postman, a policeman, a soldier, a teacher and a priest. The setting is occupied France during WWII. The men were going to a meeting in the church when they were arrested then imprisoned for six months. The story is intricately woven with the past and present weaved together effortlessly. The night before the prisoners are to be release there is a twist in the story. A train was blown up by saboteurs killing five soldiers. The German officer, Colonel Geist announces their release is rescinded and five will be shot in the morning. The six must choose which man will live. What a night ahead for the men!! The tension was thick and well sustained making reading this book in one sitting a must for me. All six must let go of the demons that haunt them. A riveting read. I volunteered to read this eBook. Thanks to the author for the opportunity. My opinion is my own.

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