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  • Small country...brave people.

    Fear is a great motivator and sometimes enables a person to do the impossible. Another survival lesson learned by our heroine in this third book about the early days of WW2. In the Shadows of War series, Night Falls on Norway, the author has again crafted a fact-based story of intrigue, love, hardship and the effects of war on those most affected by it. When subjected to the evils of oppression, patriotism rises to the surface!

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  • Insightful weaving of fact and fiction

    Another great read in the Shadows of War series by CW Browning. Although this book focuses more on Norway and its invasion by Germany, than on espionage and intrigue, it is nevertheless still a gripping read. CW Browning has again done her research, insightfully weaving fact and fiction into a story you can't put down until you've turned the last page, and are left wanting more. Another must read.

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  • Night falls on Norway

    Once again a suspenseful thrilling book about Evelyn 's adventures as a spy for England. Her return to Norway just prior to the German invasion is fraught with problems. There's interest from the Soviets too so I'm off to buy the next in this series. The only thing that bugs me is the letters between Evelyn and miles , a pilot in the RAF. They are very open a with no thought of censor giving details of all their various activities. I really don't think that would have been allowed.

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