The Blue Noon

The Blue Noon

Book - 2003
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East End chancer Harry Cole is desperate to transcend his social class and when World War Two breaks out he joins the British army in France and reinvents himself as the suave Captain Mason. He is persuaded by French nurse Odile to set up an escape line and together they help dozens of soldiers to safety. But when his true identity is discovered by the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), Harry is faced with his toughest moral dilemma - the acceptance he craves at the cost of betraying his comrades-in-arms. Harry realises he is involved with forces far more ruthless than he could ever have imagined...
Publisher: London : Review, 2003
ISBN: 9780755301775
0755301773
9780755301768
0755301765
Branch Call Number: RYA
Characteristics: 344 p. ;,25 cm

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