The Spy's Daughter

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A wealthy French countess has lived a wild life. Now 45, she starts a global, driven search for her lost,mysterious parents and her identity. Her father, who disappeared in 1945, was a dashing, heroic U.S. Naval officer. Her mother was a tragic figure who may have been a triple agent. Stalin used the two women to lure Marianne's father to Siberia, to kill him in revenge for denying him the a-bomb. More

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Review by: kim simons on Sep. 11, 2012 :
This book was well written historical WWII story. It hooked me from the start and i read it in less than a week.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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