City of Spies Mara Timon

Thrilled to join this blog tour.

The stunning debut from the new name to watch in espionage thrillers. For fans of Charlotte Philby, The Night Manager and Rory Clements, this is perfect Sunday night (or any night) drama.

LISBON, 1943. After escaping from Nazi-Occupied France, SOE agent Elisabeth de Mornay, codename Cecile, receives new orders: she must infiltrate high society in neutral Lisbon and find out who is leaking key information to the Germans about British troop movements. As Solange Verin, a French widow of independent means, she will be able to meet all the rich Europeans who have gathered in Lisbon to wait out the war. One of them is a traitor and she must find out who before more British servicemen die.

Complications arise when ‘Solange’ comes to the attention of German Abwehr officer, Major Eduard Graf. As they get to know each other, she struggles to keep her lies close to the truth.

But in a city that is filled with spies, how can she tell who is friend, or foe?

Wow. How is this a debut novel? I have loved it.

This book has completely gripped me from the very beginning and I have been completely addicted to reading this book. I haven’t been able to put it down. This has a completely unique plot from anything I’ve read previously.

This is definitely an author to watch out for. Not only is this a fantastic read, but her writing style is engaging and will captivated you so that you become fully lost in the pages.

This book is filled with likeable characters and at times, I have had James Bond feels whilst reading this book. I definitely could picture this book as a movie or series. This is a fantastic read, which is highly deserving of five stars.

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