Louise’s War
by Sarah R. Shaber

1942. Louise Pearlie, a young widow, has come to Washington DC to work as a clerk for the legendary OSS, the precursor to the CIA. When, while filing, she discovers a document concerning the husband of a college friend, Rachel Bloch, a young French Jewish woman she is desperately worried about Louise realizes she may be able to help get Rachel out of Vichy France. But then a colleague whose help Louise has enlisted is murdered, and she realizes she is on her own, unable to trust anyone . . .

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Louise’s War by Sarah R. Shaber is available in the following formats

Hardback978072788040629th April 2011144 X 222mm208£20.99
Hardback978072788040629th April 2011144 X 222mm208£20.99
Ebook97817801007531st December 2011N/A208$10.99
Ebook97817801007531st December 2011N/A208£8.99
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