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Deadly Travel

(The fifth book in the Deadly series)
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Travel to Berlin in 1939 is treacherous. Carrying out two clandestine missions in the enemy capital could prove deadly.

When a Quaker Kindertransport chaperone is murdered in the East End of London, Britain’s counterintelligence spymaster tasks Olivia Denis to join the group rescuing children from Nazi Germany. Olivia must find not only a killer, but a traitor relaying sensitive material to the enemy. Once they reach Berlin, Olivia discovers she must also rescue the family of an imprisoned British spy before she leaves the next day.

An attack convinces Olivia the family’s two young sons are in grave danger, but where to hide them? Can she protect the boys before they become the traitor’s next victims?

Deadly Travel, Book Five of the Deadly series, is for fans of World War II era spy thrillers and classical cozy mysteries, of intrepid lady sleuths with spunk and smarts.

No explicit cursing, sex, or violence. Continue your journey today into Olivia’s world of intrigue in London in the days leading up to war.

Filled with historical detail that is both fascinating and chilling DEADLY TRAVEL is the best book I've read all year. Cozy Up with Kathy

The mix of history and murder makes for a fascinating read that will draw you into the timeframe while keeping you guessing at the same time. Sure to delight fans of historical novels and cozy mysteries. Books a Plenty Book Reviews

Genre: Historical Mystery

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