The Unwilling Spy

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During the darkest days of World War II, famous pianist Garcia Quinones is forced into the dark world of espionage by Britain's MI6. In one of the Allies’ most cunning plots to dupe the Germans, Garcia learns to lie, deceive and murder when he's faced with Nazi Germany's feared Gestapo. Against his will, he becomes an MI6 spy whose life changes from pianist to patriot in one unforgettable night. More

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Words: 82,900
Language: English
ISBN: 9780985210434
About Sue Chamblin Frederick

She is known as a sweet Southern belle, a woman whose eyelashes are longer than her fingers, her lips as red as a Georgia sunset. Yet, behind the feminine facade of a Scarlett-like ingénue, lies an absolute and utterly calculating mind – a mind that harbors hints of genius – a genius she uses to write books that will leave you spellbound.

A warning! She’s dangerous - only six degrees from a life filled with unimaginable adventures – journeys that will plunge her readers into a world of breath-taking intrigue. Put a Walther PPK pistol in her hand and she will kill you. Her German is so precise, she’d fool Hitler. Her amorous prowess? If you have a secret, she will discover it – one way or the other.

The author was born in north Florida in the little town of Live Oak, where the nearby Suwannee River flows the color of warm caramel, in a three-room, tin-roofed house named “poor.” Her Irish mother’s and English father’s voices can be heard even today as they sweep across the hot tobacco fields, “Susie, child, you must stop telling all those wild stories.”

The author divides her time between Hendersonville, NC and the piney woods of Florida where she is compelled to write about far away places and people whose hearts require a voice. Her two daughters live their lives running from a mother whose imagination keeps their lives in constant turmoil with stories of characters with apple-rotten hearts and plots that cause the devil to smile.

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Review by: Sherri Crawford on April 22, 2012 : (no rating)
Not only is this book entertaining and intriguing, it is informative about a part of World War II that many of us don't read about first--Spies! Sue Chamblin Frederick captures the nature of spying with the development of her characters. Who knows where evil lurks?
(reviewed long after purchase)

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