The Invisible Woman by Erika Robuck
The Invisible Woman is an intense story of the Resistance Movement in France during WWII. What would you do for the country you love? Would you work for the Resistance Movement if you knew the life expectancy of a spy was six weeks?
Genre/Categories/Setting: Historical Fiction, WWII, Resistance Movement, France
Welcome to #ThrowBackThursday where I highlight an older review or post a current review of a back list title. Today, I’m sharing an intense histfic thriller, The Invisible Woman by Erika Robuck.
I’m linking up with Davida @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog for #ThrowbackThursday.
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This riveting story is based on the true story of Virginia Hall who trades in a safe life to work as an Allied Spy with the Resistance Movement in France during World War 11. Her first operation ended in betrayal, so now she’s more determined than ever to prove herself, to protect the people she recruits, and to help the Resistance prepare for D-Day. Despite her painful foot prosthetic (nicknamed Cuthbert) and episodes of PTSD, Virginia is determined, brave, cunning, and committed.
What would you do for the country you love?
Continue here for my full review of The Invisible Woman…
Have you read this unputdownable and compelling story?
Nice throwback. This sounds intense but hopeful.
Thanks Wendy! The resistance always fascinates me. Would I have had the courage?!
Great choice for a Throwback, Carol. It reminded me that I have this on my TBR and need to read it soon.
I really enjoyed this one (more than Code Sapphire).
That’s good to know, I will try to get to both of them.