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    Enjoyable but limited mystery

    Although I enjoyed this book, I found it less so than the first 3 books. I think it was that there was more development of the long arcs in the series and less interest in the current segment. In any case I am happy to have read this one and look forward to the next one and hope the change is temporary.
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    Great Development

    Maggie is trying to deal with what she saw and learned in Berlin while training future spies to help England during World War II. But when a friend gets in trouble, Maggie snaps out of her depression to help. Meanwhile, Japan and the US are not finding any common ground in November of 1941. Fans of the series will appreciate the character development we get here with Maggie and some other series regulars. It feels like a slower book than normal, but it was needed and I never felt my interest waning. Maggie and the others take a back seat to the lead up to Pearl Harbor at times, but I found that part just as interesting, and I don't know how the author could have played it any differently for this series.
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