Dancing with Deception by Catherine McCullagh

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Love, Lies & Deception

Paris 1942, and a new Gestapo chief arrives to replace his murdered predecessor. The resistance has a beautiful new recruit he will find irresistible. It’s a perfect storm

A beautiful Australian nurse escapes a possessive lover and a domineering mother, trapped eventually in the maelstrom of wartime Paris where she is caught in the crossfire between a desperate resistance and a ruthless Gestapo chief, a dangerous weapon to one and a trophy to the other, but expendable to both — so why does she find herself falling in love with a man she knows has blood on his hands, and why does the resistance now have her in its sights?

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Love, Lies & Deception

Paris 1942, and a new Gestapo chief arrives to replace his murdered predecessor. The resistance has a beautiful new recruit he will find irresistible. It’s a perfect storm

A beautiful Australian nurse escapes a possessive lover and a domineering mother, trapped eventually in the maelstrom of wartime Paris where she is caught in the crossfire between a desperate resistance and a ruthless Gestapo chief, a dangerous weapon to one and a trophy to the other, but expendable to both — so why does she find herself falling in love with a man she knows has blood on his hands, and why does the resistance now have her in its sights?

Release Date: 01/Sep/2017
Pages: 490
Book Type: Paperback
Dimensions: 155mm x 230mm
ISBN: 9781925520866

Catherine McCullagh is a highly respected editor and author. She has worked as an editor and advisor on numerous military and Australian history books and has two published works to her name, Willingly into the Fray, a narrative history of the first 100 years of Australian Army nursing, and War Child, the true story of a woman who grew up in pre-war Germany, which she ghost-wrote for Annette Janic. Dancing with Deception is her first novel.

She completed a Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies) at the Australian National University before joining the Army as a teacher and linguist. After a 20-year career she left the military to follow her other passion – military history.

 

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