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Posted December 6, 2012
Westwood takes the kind of war fiction made famous by Ludlum and Deighton and breathes new life into the genre. “Mossingdene, 1944” has all the traditional ingredients – the Yank fliers, the Nazi spy, the attractive women, the desperation of wartime – and bakes a different kind of cake. This is a believable story about people cornered into their cramped destinies by war, and making the best they can of it at the cost of those around them. I found Mossingdene fun and moving.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.