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The seventh of December : the Czarina's necklace

Author: Garrick Jones
Publisher: Penrith, NSW : MoshPit Publishing, 2020.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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As bombs rain down over London during the Blitz, Major Tommy Haupner negotiates the rubble-filled streets of Bloomsbury on his way to perform at a socialite party. The explosive event of the evening is not his virtuosic violin playing, but the 'almost-blond' American who not only insults him, but then steals his heart.The Seventh of December follows a few months in the lives of two Intelligence agents in the early  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Historical fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Garrick Jones
ISBN: 9781922440747 1922440744 9781922440877 1922440876
OCLC Number: 1228917681
Description: 367 pages ; 23 cm.
Responsibility: Garrick Jones.

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As bombs rain down over London during the Blitz, Major Tommy Haupner negotiates the rubble-filled streets of Bloomsbury on his way to perform at a socialite party. The explosive event of the evening is not his virtuosic violin playing, but the 'almost-blond' American who not only insults him, but then steals his heart.The Seventh of December follows a few months in the lives of two Intelligence agents in the early part of World War Two. Set against the backdrop of war-torn occupied Europe, Tommy and his American lover, Henry Reiter, forge a committed relationship that is intertwined with intrigues that threaten the integrity of the British Royal Family and the stability of a Nation at war.Neither bombs nor bullets manage to break the bond that these men form in their struggle against Nazism and the powers of evil.

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