Sunday, August 04, 2013

Review: Escape from Paris by Carolyn Hart

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A Mysterious Review of Escape from Paris by Carolyn Hart.

Review summary: The central characters in this historical novel of suspense are well developed, instilled with qualities of courage and ingenuity, with action scenes that are realistically depicted and gripping. An intriguing novel, one that will engage readers today much as it did when it was first published 30 years ago. (Click here for text of full review.)

Our rating: 4 of 5 stars

Escape from Paris Carolyn Hart

Escape from Paris
Carolyn Hart
Seventh Street Books (June 2013)

Publisher synopsis: Romantic suspense amid the chaos of a world at war. The year is 1940. As England braces for invasion and the German army overruns Europe, two American sisters in Paris risk their lives to save a downed British airman from Nazi arrest. Linda Rossiter and Eleanor Masson soon realize the price they may pay when they read this ominous public notice: "All persons harbouring English soldiers must deliver same to the nearest Kommandantur not later than 20 October 1940. Those persons who continue to harbour Englishmen after this date without having notified the authorities will be shot." On Christmas Eve, the Gestapo sets a trap, and death is only a step behind the two American women.

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