D. M. Sorlie's third book in the Sue Lee Mystery series takes you deeper into deception and espionage as the World War Two progresses into the year 1943.
Tommaso her, Italian lover, finds himself in a potential explosive situation.
The grenade fell from the boy's hand.
Both doctors froze.
Sue Lee finds herself trapped in a deadly situation in Cuba, at a strategic airbase.
Her right hand was covering the wound to staunch the bleeding as she watched for his next move.
Her new lover Alex takes us deeper in to the war and the deception.
The report was organized by genders - men, women and male and female children. Below that was the percentages, he noted that 78 percent were Jews. Himmler circled and initialed this in red. Alex guessed that the little man with the sloppy wife was an account before the war, counting other people's money. Now the bastard was counting murdered children.
During all this, her new friend Jane has arrived from England.
Jane was known in Gibraltar as the Flying Doctor, a humanitarian helping the sick and elderly in war-torn Spain after the Spanish revolution.
The year after England declared war on Germany, Jane started using her plane to help Jewish families escape from the Nazis through Spain, and found herself deeply entrenched in the underground.
Somehow her cover was blown, and a contract was put out to kill her. Jane was shot while flying and rescued by Sue Lee, who piloted them both back to Gibraltar, and they became good friends. The narrow escape convinced Jane it was time to get out before she jeopardizes others in the underground. Sue Lee invited her to live in California and help solve the problem of the missing sword.
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