The Spy's Bride
London, 1813 - Napoleon is retreating under the relentless British advance, but as those loyal to him scramble to form new alliances, no one can be trusted and no motive is without question. This title is the third in a series about an Anglo-Jewish family during the Napoleonic Wars.
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