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One woman must sacrifice everything to uncover the truth in this enthralling historical novel, inspired by the true World War Two campaign Radio Aspidistra…
England, 1942: Having fled
Germany after her father was captured by the Nazis, Lilli Bergen is desperate to do something
pro-active for the Allies. So when she’s approached by the Political Warfare
Executive, Lilli jumps at the chance. She’s recruited as a singer for a radio
station broadcasting propaganda to German soldiers – a shadow network.
Lilli’s world is flipped upside down when her ex-boyfriend, Bren Murphy, appears at her workplace; the very man
she thinks betrayed her father to the Nazis. Lilli always thought Bren was a
Nazi sympathiser – so what is he doing in England supposedly working against
knows Bren is up to something, and must put aside a blossoming new relationship
in order to discover the truth. Can Lilli expose
him, before it’s too late?
Set in the fascinating world of
wartime radio, don’t miss The Shadow Network, a heart-stopping novel of
betrayal, treachery, and courage against the odds.
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Deborah Swift is the English author of
eighteen historical novels, including Millennium Award winner Past Encounters, and The Lady’s Slipper, shortlisted for the
Her most recent books are the Renaissance
trilogy based around the life of the poisoner Giulia Tofana, The Poison Keeper and its sequels, one
of which won the Coffee Pot Book Club Gold Medal. Recently she has completed a
secret agent series set in WW2, the first in the series being The Silk Code.
Deborah used to work as a set and costume designer for theatre and TV and enjoys the research aspect of creating historical fiction, something she loved doing as a scenographer. She likes to write about extraordinary characters set against the background of real historical events. Deborah lives in North Lancashire on the edge of the Lake District, an area made famous by the Romantic Poets such as Wordsworth and Coleridge.