A Time Without Shadows by Ted Allbeury

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An opposition MP demands to know whether Winston Churchill betrayed the SOE network codenamed Scorpio to appease Joseph Stalin. They find out that the key is a long-dead pilot, who either betrayed the network or was betrayed himself.
 

About Ted Allbeury

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Allbeury was a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army Intelligence Corps. After the war he worked in sales, advertising and radio before publishing his first novel.
 
Published January 1, 1991 by Mysterious Pr. 289 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History, War, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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The first is about Philip Maclean, a young half-French Scot, who agreed to serve his country as liaison with the French in order to be near his childhood sweetheart.

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Forty years after WW II, Harry Chapman of British Intelligence investigates a secret agreement between Churchill and the Soviets that allowed a Nazi spy to infiltrate a Resistance operation.

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After a year of performing modest, safe jobs, Philip is told by Churchill that an Allied invasion is imminent, and Philip's Scorpio network begins a major campaign of sabotage against the Germans.

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