A Season of Shadows

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Zondervan, 2005 - Fiction - 332 pages
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Love, deception, betrayal, decisions, duty, and the truth.How did things get so complicated?The night before had been so ordinary . . .as Julie Harris played the charming socialite at another of her husband's high-society Washington parties. But that morning . . .Julie awoke to find herself a widow, forced to deal with the scandal surrounding Stewart Harris's death---and with the shocking, unsuspected secrets of his life.Now her search for the truth about her late husband has brought Julie to wartime London. Posing as an aide at the U.S. embassy, she sets out to fulfill her mission: infiltrate a radical Fascist group---a group with mysterious ties to her husband's past. As Hitler's savage air blitz against London commences, Julie finds herself swept into a whirlwind of clashing images---of glittering parties set against the firestorm of night bombings, and of treachery covered by a veneer of smiles and fair words. In a world where nothing is as it seems, and where the best of intentions can inspire the worst of actions, whom can Julie trust?One man may hold the answer, and with it, hope---not only amid war-torn London, but in the face of Julie's private struggle.
 

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A sudden widow, socialite Julie Harris finds herself drawn into a dangerous world of treachery and savagery in World War II London. In her new position with the American Embassy, Julie will be faced with many challenges and must decide who to trust with her life. McCusker lives in Colorado. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
13
Section 3
24
Section 4
37
Section 5
49
Section 6
63
Section 7
72
Section 8
85
Section 18
211
Section 19
223
Section 20
230
Section 21
236
Section 22
244
Section 23
251
Section 24
265
Section 25
274

Section 9
92
Section 10
103
Section 11
115
Section 12
127
Section 13
135
Section 14
156
Section 15
171
Section 16
189
Section 17
198
Section 26
280
Section 27
291
Section 28
309
Section 29
329
Section 30
331
Section 31
333
Section 32
334
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Paul McCusker was born in 1958 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, but grew up in Bowie, Maryland, outside of Washington D. C. He graduated college with a degree in Journalism; his first works were dramatic plays. McCusker's dramatic writing also extended to musicals. He was nominated for a Dove Award for A Time for Christmas, with music and lyrics by David Clydesdale, Steve Amerson & Lowell Alexander. His novels include The Mill House and Epiphany (nominated for a ECPA Gold Medallion Award) and You Say Tomato with best-selling British writer Adrian Plass. He has also authored The Mill House, and its sequel A Season of Shadows. His newest project is his medical thriller, TSI: The Gabon Virus, co-written with Dr. Walt Larimore.

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