From USA Today bestselling author A.W. Hartoin comes a series perfect for the fans of Pam Jenoff's The Lost Girls of Paris: A Novel, Martha Hall Kelly’s Lilac Girls, and Kit Sergeant’s The Spark of Resistance: Women Spies in WWII.
It’s only a matter of time and time is running out.
The Third Reich is sweeping across Europe and Stella Bled Lawrence wants nothing more than to get out of the way. After three months undercover, the young spy is ready to return to England for a well-deserved rest, but fate and a friend at the Admiralty have other ideas.
Stella receives a second assignment and she wasn’t the first choice or even the third. Hardly, a vote of confidence, but orders are orders. Stella has to cozy up to two Dutch men and find out which side they’re on before inevitable fall of The Netherlands to the Reich. If she does the job fast enough, she can get back to Britain and to Nicky before the air war intensifies. If she can’t, she might not get there at all.
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A.W. Hartoin grew up in rural Missouri, but her grandmother lived in the Central West End area of St. Louis. The CWE fascinated her with it’s enormous houses, every one unique. She was sure there was a story behind each ornate door. Going to Grandma’s house was a treat and an adventure. As the only grandchild around for many years, A.W. spent her visits exploring the many rooms with their many secrets. That’s how Mercy Watts and the fairies of Whipplethorn came to be.
As an adult, A.W. Hartoin decided she needed a whole lot more life experience if she was going to write good characters so she joined the Air Force. It was the best education she could’ve hoped for. She met her husband and traveled the world, living in Alaska, Italy, and Germany before settling in Colorado where she now lives with her family, a Great Dane, a skanky cat, and six bad chickens.
Connect with A.W. Hartoin on http://www.awhartoin.com or www.facebook.com/A.W.Hartoin.