The Deadly Embrace

The Deadly Embrace

A World War II Thriller

Book - 2007
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A razor-sharp thriller, rich with crackling dialogue and pulse-pounding suspense, that ingeniously interweaves fiction and history

Robert J. Mrazek is a natural-born storyteller, whose previous novels have been described as “gripping,” “magically rendered,” and “compelling” by the national press—words of praise that would equally apply to The Deadly Embrace . From bombravaged London to elegant English country estates, Lieutenant Elizabeth “Liza” Marantz and her partner, Major Sam Taggart, a troubled former New York City homicide detective, investigate the suspicious deaths of two female colleagues who were involved in sexual relationships with powerful Allied commanders. Occurring on the eve of D-Day, Liza’s investigations uncover more than one conspiracy, and the very success of the war may rest in her hands.

Publisher: New York : Penguin Group, 2007, c2006
ISBN: 9780143038375
Branch Call Number: FIC Mraze 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 274 p


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