Far Side of the Sea
When their pursuit leads them straight into the midst of a treacherous plot, danger and deception turn their search for answers into a battle for their lives
- Paperback | 400 pages
- 140 x 216 x 27.94mm | 340.19g
- 05 Mar 2019
- Baker Publishing Group
- Bethany House Publishers, a division of Baker Publishing Group
- Ada, MI, United States
Back cover copy
In 1918 England, Lieutenant Colin Mabry spends his days decoding messages for MI8 after suffering injuries at the front. When he receives an urgent summons by carrier pigeon from Jewel Reyer--a woman who saved his life and whom he believed to be dead--he can only hope he'll regain the courage he lost on the front lines as he's driven back into war-torn France.
But Jewel isn't the one waiting for him in Paris. Instead, it is a stranger who claims to be her half sister, Johanna, who works at a dovecote for French Army Intelligence. She found Jewel's diary and believes her sister is alive and in the custody of a German agent. With spies everywhere, Colin is at first skeptical of Johanna, but as they travel across France and Spain, a tentative trust grows.
That trust is quickly put to the test, however, when their pursuit leads them straight into the midst of a treacherous plot and their search for answers quickly turns into a battle for their lives.
"Blending spycraft with a story of romance forged under the pressure of a life-or-death rescue mission, this action-packed historical will appeal to fans of historical thrillers and will keep readers guessing until the final moments."--Publishers Weekly
"Breslin illuminates the world of spies and double agents in this exciting story set in 1918 Europe at a time when political divides cost families dearly. A romance rich in fascinating historic detail and charged with suspicion and suspense."--Booklist
"Spies, secrets and service carrier pigeons come to life in Breslin's newest historical fiction release . . . Twists, turns and deception fill the chapters and keep the reader glued to the words. Breslin's attention to research is evident on the page. And woven throughout the treacherous plot, the theme of trust will encourage readers' hearts."--Hope by the Book
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