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As the free world crumbles beneath Hitler’s jackboot, the French Resistance is depending on these women to change the course of history... Daring Mathilde Carré has always dreamed of glory. When the handsome Armand invites her to become his second-in-command of Interallié, one of the founding circuits of the Resistance, she jumps at the chance. But when Armand falls for ano As the free world crumbles beneath Hitler’s jackboot, the French Resistance is depending on these women to change the course of history... Daring Mathilde Carré has always dreamed of glory. When the handsome Armand invites her to become his second-in-command of Interallié, one of the founding circuits of the Resistance, she jumps at the chance. But when Armand falls for another woman, how far is Mathilde willing to go to exact her revenge? When Odette Sansom, a married mother of three, is recruited to become a spy with the Special Operations Executive (SOE), she reluctantly accepts, knowing that she might never see her family again. Living a life in shadows with a false identity, Odette experiences more freedom in Occupied France than she has ever known, and her circuit leader, Peter Churchill, is everything her husband isn’t. But one man threatens to destroy all they’ve achieved... Didi Nearne has always lived in the shadow of her sister, Jackie. Although she dreams of becoming an agent with the SOE like her sister, they hire her as a wireless operator instead. As the networks are infiltrated and the on-the-ground agents disappear, Didi is finally given her chance. Will she be able to avoid the Gestapo or suffer the fates of her fellow spies?


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As the free world crumbles beneath Hitler’s jackboot, the French Resistance is depending on these women to change the course of history... Daring Mathilde Carré has always dreamed of glory. When the handsome Armand invites her to become his second-in-command of Interallié, one of the founding circuits of the Resistance, she jumps at the chance. But when Armand falls for ano As the free world crumbles beneath Hitler’s jackboot, the French Resistance is depending on these women to change the course of history... Daring Mathilde Carré has always dreamed of glory. When the handsome Armand invites her to become his second-in-command of Interallié, one of the founding circuits of the Resistance, she jumps at the chance. But when Armand falls for another woman, how far is Mathilde willing to go to exact her revenge? When Odette Sansom, a married mother of three, is recruited to become a spy with the Special Operations Executive (SOE), she reluctantly accepts, knowing that she might never see her family again. Living a life in shadows with a false identity, Odette experiences more freedom in Occupied France than she has ever known, and her circuit leader, Peter Churchill, is everything her husband isn’t. But one man threatens to destroy all they’ve achieved... Didi Nearne has always lived in the shadow of her sister, Jackie. Although she dreams of becoming an agent with the SOE like her sister, they hire her as a wireless operator instead. As the networks are infiltrated and the on-the-ground agents disappear, Didi is finally given her chance. Will she be able to avoid the Gestapo or suffer the fates of her fellow spies?

30 review for The Spark of Resistance

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Cole Silverman

    Sergeant writes a moving story about the lives of four women who volunteered to be spies for the British government in France during the Second World War. Based on the lives of the women who worked undercover, and despite knowing the outcome of the war, Sergeant has created a page turner, leaving the reader to appreciate the ultimate sacrifices each woman made and if they (the reader) might be so brave.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    What a gripping story of so many brave and strong women. Mathilde and the others are Spies in a very dangerous time. I felt like I should try to help. Ready for more.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Jack

    More Inspiring Female Spies I think I have read every book in the women spies series by this author, and I have enjoyed every one of them. Unlike the previous book about World War I that featured Mata Hari as one of the featured spies, the three ladies featured in this book are all just average women—not a famous (or infamous) spy—who believed passionately in the cause of beating Hitler and the Nazis. Like the other books, these are fictionalized accounts of the real stories of actual female spie More Inspiring Female Spies I think I have read every book in the women spies series by this author, and I have enjoyed every one of them. Unlike the previous book about World War I that featured Mata Hari as one of the featured spies, the three ladies featured in this book are all just average women—not a famous (or infamous) spy—who believed passionately in the cause of beating Hitler and the Nazis. Like the other books, these are fictionalized accounts of the real stories of actual female spies. The author does an excellent job sharing these women's stories, making them feel so real—both the women and what they went through. Each woman was in a different place in her life when she got the tap on the shoulder to join the cause, including a young mother with three children. It's hard to imagine relatively young women choosing to go these particular routes and doing such dangerous missions that actually threatened their lives. These are strong ladies, that's for sure. The one thing that I missed in this book, as opposed to the last one, is that we didn't see spies on both sides of the war. I think that made the previous book incredibly fascinating. Still, these stories of ordinary women doing extraordinary things are so empowering and inspirational, even though their stories do not get tied up in a nice bow. Real life is like that, however! Hats off, again, to the author for writing such marvelous stories about these amazing women, just some of the unsung heroes of WWII. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review. My book blog: https://www.readingfanaticreviews.com

  4. 5 out of 5

    Vina Creech

    1 of the best books I have ever read about the amazing work of The Resistance during WW2. Fantastically written. Shall definitely read more from this author 😍

  5. 5 out of 5

    JoAnn Giesen

    Read the reviews and thought it would be a book I would enjoy as I love historical fiction. Half way through I thought “ I don’t have to read this in order to write a paper” and put it down. The characters are poorly developed. The writing is mundane and the story is disjointed because it jumps between the four women. Certainly NOT “ The Alice Network “

  6. 5 out of 5

    Karen Forbes

    Struggled Couldn’t finish this one. Disjointed due to so many similar characters that lacked depth. It didn’t have enough to make me wanting to keep picking it up

  7. 4 out of 5

    Loretta

    Bravery This extraordinary, true story reveals the strength and loyalty of women who aided the war effort during WWII. The strange and cruel tales of the Germans and their compatriots are testimony to the forces of evil they confronted.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mia Burke

    As someone with a great fascination with World War II I enjoyed this story of these three real life women who were members of the British SOE during WWII. The characters were amazing in that they showed both extreme courage and bravery in the face of the most dangerous circumstances. I particularly loved the fact that stories are remembered and told of the women who risked it all, of their strength, character, sacrifice and courage to complete their missions at all costs. I think it extremely im As someone with a great fascination with World War II I enjoyed this story of these three real life women who were members of the British SOE during WWII. The characters were amazing in that they showed both extreme courage and bravery in the face of the most dangerous circumstances. I particularly loved the fact that stories are remembered and told of the women who risked it all, of their strength, character, sacrifice and courage to complete their missions at all costs. I think it extremely important to remember those who sacrificed, lived and died to ensure a better world. The choices these women made were not done so lightly. It’s vital that we remember and teach our children that they may be warned and lessons learned. Thank you Kit for such a fascinating and thought provoking reading experience.

  9. 5 out of 5

    JACKIE

    They lit the Spark that "Set Europe Ablaze" - Ordinary People who did Extraordinary Things In 1940, Winston Churchill ordered the establishment of a resistance network in German-occupied Europe to sabotage the Nazis - to "Set Europe ablaze". This instruction resulted in the creation of the Special Operations Executive (SOE) to conduct espionage, sabotage and reconnaissance. Most of the SOE's operations were carried out in France (F Section), where British officers were sent to set up networks, or They lit the Spark that "Set Europe Ablaze" - Ordinary People who did Extraordinary Things In 1940, Winston Churchill ordered the establishment of a resistance network in German-occupied Europe to sabotage the Nazis - to "Set Europe ablaze". This instruction resulted in the creation of the Special Operations Executive (SOE) to conduct espionage, sabotage and reconnaissance. Most of the SOE's operations were carried out in France (F Section), where British officers were sent to set up networks, or circuits, consisted of a leader, a courier, and a wireless operator. They recruited civilians to act as saboteurs, couriers...farmers who had a place to stay or store weapons...and to stand in a field holding tiny flashlights to guide a plane for an air drop of supplies and weapons... After reading this book, I wanted to know more - about the SOE, the agents in the book, and the networks. One thing I learned was that James Bond's creator Ian Fleming, with British Naval Intelligence during WWII, partly based "M" on Major Maurice Buckmaster (who assumed command of F Section in September, 1941) and "Miss Moneypenny" on Vera Atkins, head of the ladies of F Section. The risks were real - SOE trainees were told the average time an agent survives in France is three months. Informers (even inside the network) were everywhere, Vichy sentries were everywhere, German soldiers were everywhere. Radio operators constantly had to move to avoid the Gestapo spy-catchers. The tension never lets up for a minute in this story of three of the women of F Section. Mathilde Carré was bored - she was stuck in North Africa in a loveless marriage. Her husband was off fighting, & she wound up in Paris, where she met Roman Czerniawski, code name "Armand", a Polish pilot who had escaped from a POW camp. He was starting up a Resistance cell that would become the Interallié network. So Armand & Mathilde went to the Free Zone, where he sent her, now with the code name "the cat", to be trained as an agent. With her flirtatious ways, she had no trouble getting people to talk to find out if they'd make good team members. They established a system of letter boxes, started up a radio transmission to England, recruited couriers. Armand, always enthusiastic (but Mathilde felt he was keeping a secret from her) had posted maps all over their apartment, which happened to be across the hall from some in the Gestapo. I thought he was an accident waiting to happen. Although Interallié was the biggest Resistance network in France, they were untrained in SOE ways, & Armand had to be brought to England for training. Mathilde wondered what would happen if the Germans caught her - would she be strong enough to endure torture, or would she betray her comrades? I was surprised at this turn in the story - read the book to find out. British citizens Eileen "Didi" Nearne and her elder sister, Jacqueline, had lived in France almost all their lives when the Germans came. It took them six months to escape from Spain & return to England. Jackie and Francis, one of their brothers, became SOE agents, recruited because their French was fluent. Brother Frederick was with the RAF. Captain Jepson, the recruiting officer for F Section, that handled SOE's network in France, had Didi come in, but told her that, at 21, she was too young to be sent to France, but that she could be trained as a radio operator or a decoder. So Didi learned Morse code, & how to decipher the messages radioed from France. She learned to identify the agent's "fist" - his personal touch on the key, that made her sure who was sending the message. She learned poem codes, security codes, & dummy codes that would warn of an agent transmitting under duress - perhaps with a gun to his head. And Jackie got Vera Atkins, Jepson's assistant & the head of the women's section, to promise not to send Didi to France. Odette Sansom became an agent for SOE by accident. The Admiralty had requested postcards and photos of people's vacations at Calais beaches. Odette mistakenly addressed her pictures to the War Office. Captain Jepson, having asked Odette to come in to talk, said they needed her help. But Odette had three children, whom she'd taken to Somerset to avoid the London blitz; her English husband had joined the army at the outset of the war. "What would the War Office want with me?" she asked. He brought her to meet Miss Atkins, who explained that Churchill wanted a network in German-occupied territories to sabotage the Nazis, to ‘Set Europe ablaze.’ The British military didn't want to commit to guerilla fighting, so the SOE was established to create secret soldiers.” They needed French natives because the British had notoriously bad French accents, and they needed women to serve as couriers and wireless operators, because they could go travel more easily than men. But, civilian or not, if captured, the Germans would treat her as a spy. Shopping for French-made clothes (no British labels to give her away), Odette chose a gray suit, saying that it wouldn't show the dirt in prison...it was better to be prepared. Odette was born in 1912. Her father had been killed at Verdun, and she had rheumatic fever and was paralyzed by polio, which had left her blind for three years. (My mother, born that same year, had polio at five, and remembered the pain all her life). That made Odette (and my mom) the strong-willed woman she was, and made her able to endure the torture in Fresnes prison in Paris and later, when in Ravensbrück concentration camp. Besides rigorous physical training, Odette had to learn about daily life in occupied France, how to identify German uniforms, Morse code. The trainees were watched constantly, to make sure they did everything "the French way", down to how they cut their meat. They were subjected to mock interrogations. Given a code name, Lise, her cover was of a childless widow. After numerous failed attempts to fly to France, she wound up on a troop ship to Gibraltar, finally reaching Cannes, where she was taken to Captain Peter Churchill (no relation to Winston), code names "Michel" or "Raoul", the leader of SOE's Spindle Network. Odette seemed to be annoyed that she was sitting around on the Riviera - she told Peter she wanted to work. So he sent her to Marseilles - crawling with Germans - to escort four new operatives. She had nowhere to spend the night, so her contact sent her to a brothel, saying it couldn't be raided because it was full of Nazis. Odette was suspicious of some members of the cell, fearful that they would betray the group. Whether speaking to her SOE superiors, her Spindle boss, or her German captors, Odette never lost her sense of humor. Her orders were to go on to Auxerre, but Peter requested that she be assigned to Spindle. He asked her if she could ride a bicycle. She said, “I’ve just endured a night in a Marseille brothel. I think I can manage a bicycle.” He gave her an envelope to deliver. She wound up in a ditch with the bicycle on top of her. When she returned, Peter pretended to ignore her bloody knees, and introduced her to Alec, Spindle's wireless operator. After Alec left, he asked if she knew her knee was bleeding. “Why didn’t you tell me you didn’t know how to ride?” Odette turned to him. “You seem to take for granted that everyone is as competent as you are. I couldn’t let you be wrong.” To learn why Odette became Britain's most highly-decorated spy of World War II, get the book! By the end of the war, most of the women of F Section sent to France were missing. Vera Atkins spent almost all of 1946 in France and Germany, vowing to learn the fate of every one of these women who had lit The Spark of Resistance. I was a beta reader for Kit's The Spark of Resistance - three French women living in England trained to be sent to France because their accents won't give them away as spies, one working with messages being sent from France & much later being sent there. I was shocked to learn that her propaganda instructor was Kim Philby - right away I thought "wasn't he the Soviet's double agent, along with Burgess & Mac Lean? - yup! I listened to Odette's audio on the Imperial War Museums website. She may be the most remarkable woman / person I've ever heard of. Each time the interviewer spoke of her courage in enduring the torture & deprivations, she said she was just doing her duty, she just makes up her mind to do something, her children were on her mind constantly, she didn't know why she survived when so many did not; she was not bitter & didn't hate her captors - she was healthy, they were sick. That the Germans used French to torture French prisoners, Polish to torture Poles, so that it wasn't the Germans torturing anyone. And this interview was in 1986 - she spoke so calmly, although she said she didn't want to think about what she'd gone through, but of course she did. Asked if she'd do it again, she said no. As they say, ordinary people doing extraordinary things. The Greatest Generation.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Riley

    I loved The Spark of Resistance just as much, if not more, than the rest of the books Kit Sargeant has written about women spies. This book combines suspense, amazing characters, incredible stories, courageous acts, cowardice, betrayal, love, sibling rivalry, sacrifice, etc into a captivating insight in an important part of history featuring otherwise neglected and forgotten acts of heroism and the everyday women and men who put their lives and safety at risk in the fight against the Nazis. Obvi I loved The Spark of Resistance just as much, if not more, than the rest of the books Kit Sargeant has written about women spies. This book combines suspense, amazing characters, incredible stories, courageous acts, cowardice, betrayal, love, sibling rivalry, sacrifice, etc into a captivating insight in an important part of history featuring otherwise neglected and forgotten acts of heroism and the everyday women and men who put their lives and safety at risk in the fight against the Nazis. Obviously war stories are not to be read in the hopes of happily ever afters, but I still cried when things went wrong. Thankfully more things went right than not, and there were many survivors in the group. I honestly believe these books should be required reading. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    This interesting novel about espionage in WWII told the tale of three real life women. I found Odette's story to be the most suspenseful. Didi was my second favorite as the persevering younger sister longing to do more. From the beginning I found Mathilde immature and boastful, but I still found her an important part of the story. It surprised me how reckless the spies (and their higher ups too) could be, as if no one realized how truly dangerous the work was. I would recommend this to readers wh This interesting novel about espionage in WWII told the tale of three real life women. I found Odette's story to be the most suspenseful. Didi was my second favorite as the persevering younger sister longing to do more. From the beginning I found Mathilde immature and boastful, but I still found her an important part of the story. It surprised me how reckless the spies (and their higher ups too) could be, as if no one realized how truly dangerous the work was. I would recommend this to readers who like books about spies and/or WWII. Though my review is based on an E-ARC I received, I enjoyed this enough to pre-order my own copy.

  12. 4 out of 5

    William Wehrmacher

    My opinion of the book changed considerably after I decided it was "just barely" a novel. My early complaints revolved around the simplistic description of how, at least, Mathilda was recruited and I naively expected all three ladies to be "Wonder Women." This is a book that belongs in a non existent genre called almost historical fiction or not quite nonfiction. I read a few of the reviews and noticed one mentioned this was a story about three real women. I'm not sure if I would have enjoyed the My opinion of the book changed considerably after I decided it was "just barely" a novel. My early complaints revolved around the simplistic description of how, at least, Mathilda was recruited and I naively expected all three ladies to be "Wonder Women." This is a book that belongs in a non existent genre called almost historical fiction or not quite nonfiction. I read a few of the reviews and noticed one mentioned this was a story about three real women. I'm not sure if I would have enjoyed the book sooner had I known that sooner.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dr Honora

    WWII Historical Story Finally just gave up, was a slow read in which seemed repetitive, not that descriptive of places and people. The writing didn't stir my imagination. Slow read for me, nothing kept me wanting to read on. Am usually a high rater so am disappointed. WWII Historical Story Finally just gave up, was a slow read in which seemed repetitive, not that descriptive of places and people. The writing didn't stir my imagination. Slow read for me, nothing kept me wanting to read on. Am usually a high rater so am disappointed.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    The Spark of Resistance: Women Spies in WWII: A Novel is by Kit Sergeant. This novel is based don the true-life existence of women spies during World War II. The British set up a special unit to handle these women who set themselves up to spy on the enemy and connect the battle front with the station behind the lines. The characters are either original members of the spy link or were made up by the author in order to bring the deeds these women did to the attention of his readers. Some of the wo The Spark of Resistance: Women Spies in WWII: A Novel is by Kit Sergeant. This novel is based don the true-life existence of women spies during World War II. The British set up a special unit to handle these women who set themselves up to spy on the enemy and connect the battle front with the station behind the lines. The characters are either original members of the spy link or were made up by the author in order to bring the deeds these women did to the attention of his readers. Some of the women and their actions are real life situations. Women were first accepted into a program to produce operators who took down telegrams and decoded them. They were accepted because of the lack of men in Great Britain due to the war. Later, French-speaking women were selected as agents to be placed in France because they were less likely to be suspect than men and they could move around much easier. Many of the spies in World War II were arrested and executed or placed in the camps where they were slowly murdered. This novel takes several women and shows how they became spies and how they were trained. Then, they left home, families, and all they held dear to be placed in a foreign country to do a dangerous job and hopefully not be caught. The book is good; but it does get bogged down in spots.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous 5

    This is the first book I have read by this author. It was a very exciting and gripping story about courageous, everyday people putting their lives at stake to stand up for what's right and fight against the Nazis. This book had suspense, danger, and adventure, and all while portraying an important part of history. The characters were all amazing, strong and courageous heroes who showed a great amount of bravery in difficult and dangerous circumstances. The book does a great job of not letting us This is the first book I have read by this author. It was a very exciting and gripping story about courageous, everyday people putting their lives at stake to stand up for what's right and fight against the Nazis. This book had suspense, danger, and adventure, and all while portraying an important part of history. The characters were all amazing, strong and courageous heroes who showed a great amount of bravery in difficult and dangerous circumstances. The book does a great job of not letting us forget the sacrifices that were made by these brave people during WWII. An excellent and entertaining book - I will for sure be looking for more by this author! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Michaela

    These women are incredible. These spy stories are unfathomable. I can’t imagine doing what they do. I love this series of women spies in our past wars. The very best of historical fiction. I love learning at the end what happened to our characters in real life after everything we read. There is so much research put into this book. It’s amazing. I received an ARC of this book and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sandy Estes

    This book consists of very well written stories of the women of the SOE who were trained in various capacities and many were sent to France as spies. This book is so well written that I felt that I was with the women and men fighting the Nazis! Each woman's story was so interesting and full of intrigue! I will read more books by this author. And to this I these stories the brave women are true. This book consists of very well written stories of the women of the SOE who were trained in various capacities and many were sent to France as spies. This book is so well written that I felt that I was with the women and men fighting the Nazis! Each woman's story was so interesting and full of intrigue! I will read more books by this author. And to this I these stories the brave women are true.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Larmie Fahrendorff

    An excellent WWII novel! This was a well written, very interesting story of the men and women of Churchill's SOE and the "resistance" in occupied France. I have read previous accounts of the women of the SOE so many of the names were familiar to me. An excellent tale of heroism and sacrifice by these brave souls and the cruel and tragic fate that befell so many of them. A truly excellent novel. An excellent WWII novel! This was a well written, very interesting story of the men and women of Churchill's SOE and the "resistance" in occupied France. I have read previous accounts of the women of the SOE so many of the names were familiar to me. An excellent tale of heroism and sacrifice by these brave souls and the cruel and tragic fate that befell so many of them. A truly excellent novel.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Marianne

    This book will keep you jumping! Absolutely loved the women characters, they had strength I could only hope for! Excellent read. Kudos to the resistance and all those who tried to kill the Nazi machine!!! The story line was terrific. You will love the strength and fortitude of these women! Bravo to all of them!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sue

    Amazing story of many of Britain's finest women who risked their lives for the Allies. Carefully chosen and training, many of them didn't survive though they certainly caused some damage to the Nazis. This is their story, written so beautifully, to tell others what they did and how they endured. I simply can't imagine the chances they took nor the tortures they received. Amazing story of many of Britain's finest women who risked their lives for the Allies. Carefully chosen and training, many of them didn't survive though they certainly caused some damage to the Nazis. This is their story, written so beautifully, to tell others what they did and how they endured. I simply can't imagine the chances they took nor the tortures they received.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bob

    Women of the SOE WW2 Kit engages the reader with detailed time and place to encourage additional research. It was important to know more details of the different camps and work locations. The epilogue helped to put some closure to the named women in the book. The Spark of Resistance is a great introduction into the world of women of WW2.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Julian Stoudemire

    Sacrifice for freedom So much has been written about allied espionage during WWII, particularly in France. Kit S argent brings to life the stories of women, as heroic as combat troops, dedicate aging their live so the world remain free of Adopt Hitler. Their stories should be told to remind future generations of their heroism!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra Dyxon

    Loved this book would highly recommend I absolutely loved this book couldn't put it down. Following the lifes of brave women who was trained as spies during WW2. The author is really good at making you feeling as you are there never mind just reading it. I would highly recommend this book to anybody who is interested in the SOE, women during the war and the resistance Loved this book would highly recommend I absolutely loved this book couldn't put it down. Following the lifes of brave women who was trained as spies during WW2. The author is really good at making you feeling as you are there never mind just reading it. I would highly recommend this book to anybody who is interested in the SOE, women during the war and the resistance

  24. 5 out of 5

    George W Carey

    The courage of women during WWll The author was able to bring the story of many brave women during the French Resistance. Although one woman ,to save herself,cost the lives of many when she became a traitor . I very much liked that the author gave a summary of the life after the war of each person . It was a affirmation that people can survive the evil that was done to them.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda

    Entertaining and interesting historical read about what people chose to do to survive during war and living with the choices and consequences. Always fun to read a historical book. Good read. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gail

    Fantastic This is a factual fascinating story about infiltrating English radio operators into the French resistance during WW2. They sent coded messages to the the Allies while living undercover in Nazi controlled Paris and other French cities.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jane Maloney

    This book was intense and interesting. To think they were REAL women brought to life was awe inspiring. Would I have the strength and fortitude to spy? A wonderful and sad read. I would highly recommend for those with an interest in WWII and women of distinction.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Wray

    This was a great read. Having read a few of these books now I have a lot of respect for those people who gave so much for freedom and what we take for granted. The characters were well documented and the story well written.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Trammell

    Great book This was truly amazing story and more so because it is true of real women. Any WW 2 interested person would love this book. Truly thankful for what the French Resistance did to assist the allies. They were all very brave souls with short life expectincy.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mary Sue Wilson

    A Good Readmbers This was an enjoyable novel about 3 female resistance members trained by the British during WW2. It follows them through training in England and then to assignments in France. Based on true stories and events, we read about their adventures and bravery.

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