Rubbish. The author can't even get the names of his characters right. Who the F*** is Hermione? The grammar is poor, the plot worse and the arousal level zero. Writers need to learn to write. James Masters hasn't mastered this skill yet.
"Yellow Pearl" the title story in this anthology is beautifully and evocatively written. Indeed, all the stories are satisfying. Some have unexpected twists, others paint pictures of times past that intrigue. Production quality is high and I will read more of these anthologies.
Low flying over the long beaches of Rhyll, the crew of the Lancaster buzzed a couple making love in a row boat... this book is full of anecdotes, both serious and funny. These anecdotes make the bleak world of wartime Europe come alive. I can add little to Bronnie Wu's review. This is a masterful book. Such a shame the author has died. RIP.