Enjoyed story behind enemy lines in Germany. Well researched, excellent plot, great characters. Can't wait to read next in series. This narrator was much better with German accent than she was with English in second book in series.
I was very pleased by this book. I enjoyed the first in the series but was disappointed with the second one. It's good that this third volume is back to the quality of the first book.
The story was compelling even given its serious nature. I enjoyed the narrator better in this book than in the preceding one basically because Maggie was speaking with a German accent throughout most of the story. In the earlier book Maggie's voice was just weird.
I wasn't happy with the way Maggie's personal life worked out at the end. Time will tell with that.
And finally, there was a moment that made me stop and say "what?" That was the use of the term "baby bump." Seriously, was that used in the early 1940s?
But, all-in-all, a lightly suspenseful story of WWII Berlin. I liked it.
The characters are continuing to develop from the previous books and throughout this one. Overall, well done.
Also Susan Duerden does an excellent job, as always.
Favorite authors: Donna Gabaldon, Dorothy Dunnet, Anya Seton, Daphne Du Maurier, CS Forester,Alastair Mclean, Irving Stone, MM Kaye, L'amour
Fun to read about a woman spy. Loved it. On to the next. I'm addicted. Maggie also has great difficulty being a spy.
Lots of twists. Keeps you engaged. The reader was quite good doing a German accent when people spoke German.
I thoroughly enjoy this series. It has enough meat to it, but not too much to be too intense. Looking forward to the next one!!
The first 2 books of the Maggie Hope Trilogy were very good, but the third book drags along, mired in the Nazi atrocities during WWII. The characters lose depth and the plot is predictable. Thank heavens for fast forward to get through this book.
While this is a really good book in a favourite series, the narration just seems too stiff to meet the story.