June 1940: Berlin is being bombed. Clara Vine is an Anglo-German woman in a country that hates England.
The Propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels, decides that Clara should adopt a new role as his spy, and so Clara must go to Paris. Clara realises this might be the chance to escape to England. But Goebbels has other ideas and soon Clara is drawn into a web that threatens to destroy her.
"Just as Victoria Hislop turned the dark history of Crete's leper colonies into absorbing fiction, so Jane Thynne has done for Nazi Germany." (The Times) "With a clutch of romantic complications thickening the plot, the pace is sprightly throughout [...] the result is an absorbing yarn that's a pleasure to wolf down." (Daily Mail) "The perfect fusion of history, suspense and high romance." (The Times on Black Roses)
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