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The Innocent Spy: Summary and book reviews of The Innocent Spy by Laura Wilson
If you like a book you can sink your teeth into, a bevy of colorful characters, and an accurate and evocative historical setting - and a bizarre local murder mystery solved amid WII espionage - I highly recommend The Innocent Spy. (Reviewed by Vy Armour).
Full Review (863 words).
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