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Summary

December 1942. As the war rages on, the accidental death of a young man is almost unremarkable. Except this young man was patrolling the grounds of Hursley Park House, where teams are designing crucial modifications to the Spitfire - and he was found clutching part of a blueprint.

January 1943. Josephine Fox is given a code name and a mission as she is seconded to Hursley: uncover the network responsible for information leaks to the enemy. And when the dead man's father visits Bram Nash convinced that his son was innocent of espionage and the victim of murder, her friend is also drawn into the investigation.

But as Jo and Bram circle closer to the truth, danger is closing in around them....

Includes an exclusive look at the next Josephine Fox mystery.

©2021 Claire Gradidge (P)2021 Bonnier Books UK

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  • 04-11-21

A great second book for the series

Much like the first book, I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the UK wartime setting. One of the things I enjoyed about both this and the first book was the pacing. I never felt bored and always looked forward to the next time I could listen, which is always a good sign I've been enjoying the novel. Looking forward to the third instalment.

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  • 04-02-22

Glad I took the chance!

I bought this audiobook because I love the narrator. I didn't expect to love the book as much as I did. This is the second book in a series -- the first of which isn't available in audio or even e-book form. The author made it surprisingly easy to enter this world without feeling lost. The characters are great -- multi-dimensional, human, smart, thoroughly likable. There are no shocking plot twists, but the mystery bit is satisfying, the immersion into a WWII world easy, and the details vivid without slowing down the story. I really hope that they make an audiobook of the first book as well as the upcoming third installment -- with Lucy Price-Lewis narrating, of course, because she's amazing (and because it's annoying when the powers that be switch narrators in a series told mostly in the first person). Please, please, please! If Gradidge or Price-Lewis had websites where I could send my appreciation for their work and log my appeal for more, I would -- but unfortunately, this seems to be the best place to put it out there.