Disguised as a “spy novel”, the protagonist Juliet’s witty, sometimes aloof even flippant style quickly became infectious over me, an unexpected mood kindling when read about WWII.
Author’s holding back or giving out content against chronological order were felt more a matter of plot design or creating suspense.

I found the identity play (political, patriotic, gender, class, in changing time, place, relationship from personal level to global stage) is the most intriguing, fascinating, profound, and more than thrilling as experienced in mystery or thriller read.

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