Heart of Deception: A Novel

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Harper Collins, Apr 5, 2011 - Fiction - 352 pages
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“It has everything you want: suspense, adventure, and romance across several continents.”
—Dorothea Benton Frank, New York Times bestselling author of Lowcountry Summer

“Malcolm is a fabulous writer with an astonishing romantic clarity and captivating narrative style.”
—International Herald Daily News

Heart of Deception by M.L. Malcolm is the riveting sequel to the author’s critically acclaimed Heart of Lies. Based in part on her family’s actual history, Heart of Deception tells the intensely exciting story of a desperate Hungarian national who becomes an international spy in order to protect his loved ones during World War Two and beyond. A tale of espionage and intrigue, duty and destiny, it is an extraordinary saga that offers a richly evocative portrayal of a remarkable twentieth century epoch while delivering the page-turning historical suspense of James Clavell, Susan Howatch, and Ken Follett.

 

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3.5 stars, but it didn't quite live up to the first book for me. Still, I'm looking forward to the next book.I need to be clear here. I enjoyed reading this book. I just was hoping for more. I liked ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
20
Section 2
27
Section 3
56
Section 4
65
Section 5
114
Section 6
187
Section 7
205
Section 8
212
Section 11
248
Section 12
254
Section 13
264
Section 14
271
Section 15
280
Section 16
304
Section 17
313
Section 18
330

Section 9
219
Section 10
243
Section 19
343
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About the author (2011)

M. L. Malcolm has won several awards for short fiction, including recognition in the Lorian Hemingway International Short Story Competition, and a silver medal from ForeWord magazine for Historical Fiction Book of the Year. Malcolm has lived in Florida, Boston, Washington, D.C., France, New York, and Atlanta, and currently resides in Los Angeles.

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