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    Spies and Lies

    Although this book does not have the emotional depth of the first book in the Doughty Women series - Katherine's book - it's a good book in its own right. The three Government Girls sharing an apartment is somehow reminiscent of the relationships in "How to Marry a Millionaire", albeit in a different time and place and with no rich guys waiting in the wings. The fact that there are three girls lets us see three different aspects of life on the (US) homefront - Betty was probably facing the same dilemma many young women faced in the forced emotional atmosphere of wartime. But of course it's Susan's story we're here for. Is Dexter too smooth? Is Matt too harsh? What's a girl to do when there might be two men in her life who may or may not want something from her... I'm pleased that Susan is just as compassionate as her sister Katherine, especially with everything she does to help Betty. And thank you for the opening of chapter 1 where we get to catch up with the next part of Katherine's story.

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