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The London Spymaker

(The seventh book in the Resistance Girl series)
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Inspired by a true story and featuring the last “resistance girl from the Swiss finishing school”, ‘The London Spymaker’ weaves together espionage, betrayal, and passion against the backdrop of World War II, delivering a gripping tale of resilience and secrets.

London, 1942

Meet Anna Adams, the stoical spymistress of Baker Street Headquarters, as she navigates the web of secrecy, love, and duty. It is her job to recruit the female secret agents that will be sent behind enemy lines in France.

While concealing her identity and origins, Anna’s world takes an unexpected turn when the Polish fighter pilot Major Henryk “Hubal” Pilecki reenters her life. Her undeniable feelings for her former boyfriend complicate Anna’s life further as she is supposed to marry the very British Count Roderick Macalister so that all traces of her past are permanently erased.

Torn between love and duty, Anna makes a heart-breaking choice that leads to catastrophe. Everything goes wrong at Baker Street HQ and one after the other her female agents disappear without a trace.

As the war ends, Anna embarks on a quest to post-War Germany to uncover the fates of the women she sent to their deaths, all the while confronting her own troubled past and mysterious protector.

The London Spymaker is the harrowing WW2 story of a broken-hearted woman who balances the fine line between political decency and personal secrecy.

Genre: Historical

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