The Blue Noon: A Novel Robert Ryan

ISBN: 9781480477605

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The Blue Noon: A Novel  by  Robert Ryan

The Blue Noon: A Novel by Robert Ryan
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The true story of England’s worst traitor is the backbone of this thrilling novel about love and deception behind enemy linesHarry Cole’s rakish charm carries him all the way from London’s East End to Hong Kong, where he chauffeurs a local colonel—MoreThe true story of England’s worst traitor is the backbone of this thrilling novel about love and deception behind enemy linesHarry Cole’s rakish charm carries him all the way from London’s East End to Hong Kong, where he chauffeurs a local colonel—when he’s not bedding the man’s wife.

With the Imperial Japanese Army about to spoil the fun, Harry quits the East, settling in France just before the Nazis take over. His timing might need a little work, but he’s found the perfect cover—as the debonair Captain Mason of the British Special Operations Executive, Harry plans to stay out of the way until the war is over, and maybe make a little money in the meantime.It’s all going perfectly until a beautiful French nurse convinces Harry to stick his neck out for what is right.

He finds that aiding the Resistance is just the kind of high-wire act he was born to perform, and with Odile’s support he grows bolder and more creative than ever. But the two lovers are operating in a den of deception, and risk crossing the wrong person at every turn. Sure enough, by war’s end Harry Cole is facing the one charge that even he might not be able to talk his way out of: treason.



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