Full Moon to France
Here's what Emily Kimbrough says of this book: "You will read it at one sitting. Then you will say: can it be true? You will answer: it has to be. This story and the beautiful simplicity of its telling are beyond invention." A pampered American rich girl caught in Europe at the outbreak of WWII refuses to be repatriated and stumbles into working for the French resistance, and later for British intelligence, opening up a new escape route across the Pyrenees.
Specifications of Full Moon to France
|Publisher||Harper & Row|
|Number Of Pages||261|
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