Love and intrigue come together against the backdrop of World War II and the struggles of the French Resistance in this international bestselling military thriller from Clare Francis
Three lives, caught in the turbulence of World War II, converge one fateful night on the same beach. David Freymann, a German-Jewish scientist, has made a discovery that could free war-torn Europe, but Nazi spies and soldiers threaten world peace at every turn. Julie Lescaux, a young English mother, has moved to France and become perilously involved in the French Resistance. And Paul Vasson, a retired-pimp-turned-Nazi-collaborator, thrives in battle.
Spanning a decade of war and three countries, Night Sky is the debut novel that made yachtswoman Clare Francis an international bestselling author overnight.
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