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Subtle Interpretations

(2011)
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Robert Cooper is in Paris to find translators for the International Tribunal in Nuremberg. He finds a beautiful, talented woman working at the Paris Telephone Exchange. Her gift with languages seems magical - and maybe it is. Or maybe the magic comes when she touches him. Then he discovers her secret, one that makes him wonder if he should take her to Germany after all.

"Deeply evocative, it breathes menace from every page and memorably conveys what Rusch calls the 'casual evil' that suffused Germany as the Nazis came to power."
- The Daily Mail (London)
on Hitler's Angel

"... the always impressive Rusch can successfully tackle any genre she sets her sights on."
- Barnes & Noble.com
Editor's Pick
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Bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch's award-winning short fiction includes many historical stories, including "G-Men" and "The Gallery of His Dreams." The London Daily Mail called her novel, Hitler's Angel published by Max Crime, "a little gem of a thriller." Over the next three years, WMG Publishing is putting her entire backlist into e-books.

If you liked "Subtle Interpretations," you might try these publications by Kristine Kathryn Rusch:

Corpse Vision
Dark Corners
Hollywood Ending
Judgment
Thrill of the Hunt



Used availability for Kristine Kathryn Rusch's Subtle Interpretations

Kindle Editions

January 2011 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition
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Title: Subtle Interpretations: A Faerie Justice Story
Author(s): Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Publisher: WMG Publishing
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