Clara Vine
Books in series8
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(4.2 based on 51 ratings)
  • 1
    Black Roses | Jane Thynne

    Black Roses

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Jane Thynne
    • Narrated By Julie Teal
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    Berlin, 1933. Aspiring actress Clara Vine arrives in Berlin to find work at the famous Ufa studios. Through a chance meeting, she is unwillingly drawn into a circle of Nazi wives, led by Magda Goebbels. British Intelligence officer Leo Quinn sees Clara as the perfect recruit to spy on her new elite friends. But then Magda reveals to Clara a dramatic secret and entrusts her with an extraordinary mission.

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    Black Roses | Jane Thynne

    Black Roses

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Jane Thynne
    • Narrated By Julie Teal
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    Berlin, 1933. Warning bells ring across Europe as Hitler comes to power. Clara Vine, an attractive young Anglo-German actress, arrives in Berlin to find work at the famous Ufa studios. Through a chance meeting, she is unwillingly drawn into a circle of Nazi wives, among them Magda Goebbels, Anneliese von Ribbentrop, and Goering's girlfriend, Emmy Sonnemann.

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    The Winter Garden | Jane Thynne

    The Winter Garden

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    • By Jane Thynne
    • Narrated By Julie Teal
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    Berlin in 1937 radiates glamour and ambition. Anna Hansen, a bride-to-be, is at one of Hitler's notorious Nazi Bride Schools. When she is brutally murdered Clara Vine, an undercover British Intelligence agent and Anna’s friend, is disturbed by news of her death. Clara must work to find the truth and send it back to London. It is a dangerous path she treads, and it will take everything she has to survive.…

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    Woman in the Shadows | Jane Thynne

    Woman in the Shadows

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 49 mins)
    • By Jane Thynne
    • Narrated By Julie Teal
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    Berlin, 1937. The city radiates glamour and ambition. But danger lurks in every shadow. Anna Hansen, a bride-to-be, is a pupil at one of Hitler's notorious Nazi Bride Schools, where young women are schooled on the art of being an SS officer's wife. Then, one night, she is brutally murdered and left in the gardens of the school. Her death will be hushed up and her life forgotten. Clara Vine is an actress at Berlin's famous Ufa studios by day, and an undercover British Intelligence agent by night.

    Everything was great...except
    Reviewed on October 18 2016 by Sarah ()
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    A War of Flowers | Jane Thynne

    A War of Flowers

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 40 mins)
    • By Jane Thynne
    • Narrated By Julie Teal
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    August 1938. British actress Clara Vine is in Paris to film her latest movie, mingling with society and passing snippets of information to her contacts in the British embassy. When Clara is approached by an undercover British operative who asks her to befriend Eva Braun, Hitler's girlfriend, she knows she is putting herself in danger. But Clara will do everything in her power to protect her country.

    Addictive series but watch out for duplicates!

    This is a very engaging series, but it is very frustrating to try to get into a series when the Book 1 and Book 2 are not available as recorded books ..Show More »

    Reviewed on June 06 2016 by Jeannie M (Chicago, IL, US)
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    The Scent of Secrets | Jane Thynne

    The Scent of Secrets

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 40 mins)
    • By Jane Thynne
    • Narrated By Julie Teal
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    Set in Europe in 1938, during the tense run-up to war, and perfect for fans of Jacqueline Winspear, Charles Todd, Robert Harris, and Susan Elia MacNeal, this gripping historical novel features the half-British, half-German actress (and wholly covert spy) Clara Vine, who finds herself enmeshed in a dangerous game of subterfuge.

    A cozy WW2 spy story

    I stumbled on this series of books from WW2 or just before the war and am quite delighted. I would call the spy genre my favourite one, but when ther..Show More »

    Reviewed on February 15 2016 by Katherine (Georgetown, Ontario, Canada)
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    The Pursuit of Pearls | Jane Thynne

    The Pursuit of Pearls

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 22 mins)
    • By Jane Thynne
    • Narrated By Julie Teal
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    Clara Vine, a half-Jewish Anglo-German, uses her unique access to the wealthy elite of prewar Nazi society to spy for her native Britain. In this second installment of her story, Clara, an ambitious young actress, insinuates herself into the lives of the Nazi wives through her association with the famous Ufa Studios. Her close friendship with Magda Goebbels makes her an attractive asset to the British intelligence service.

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    Faith and Beauty | Jane Thynne

    Faith and Beauty

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 22 mins)
    • By Jane Thynne
    • Narrated By Julie Teal
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    Berlin, on the eve of war. Clara Vine, Anglo-German actress and spy, has been recalled to London by British Intelligence to probe reports that the Nazis and the Soviet Union are planning to make a pact. When Clara investigates the death of a young woman from the Faith and Beauty Society - the elite finishing school for Nazi girls - what she uncovers is something of infinite value to the Nazi regime - and now she herself is in danger.

    Great new take on the spy genre

    I have to echo a reviewer in the U.K. and say I'm getting hooked on this series. This is the second of three I've read and I'm looking forward to the..Show More »

    Reviewed on February 22 2016 by Katherine (Georgetown, Ontario, Canada)