The Key to Rebecca

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Penguin, Feb 4, 2003 - Fiction - 400 pages
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His code name: "The Sphinx." His mission: to send Rommel's advancing army the secrets that would unlock the doors to Cairo...and the ultimate Nazi triumph in the war. And in all of Cairo, only two people could stop this brilliant and ruthless Nazi master agent. One was a down-on-his-luck English officer no one would listen to. The other was a young Jewish girl...

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I love The Pillars of the Earth, which was why I thought I loved Ken Follett. After three years I picked up another book by him, but oh my God. I knew that Follett had this tendency of writing sex ... Read full review

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An interesting story, makes me want to go look and see if I can find out the true story of why Rommel didn't take Cairo. Read full review



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Ken Follett's career as a bestselling author has spanned more than three decades. He is the author of numerous immensely popular books, including "Eye of the Needle", "Triple", "The Key to Rebecca", "The Man From St. Petersburg", "On Wings of Eagles", "Lie Down With Lions", "The Pillars of the Earth", "A Dangerous Fortune", "The Third Twin", "The Hammer of Eden", and "World Without End". He lives in England with his wife, Barbara Follett, a British M.P.

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