The Music Box by Elaine Atwell
(Instruments of War)

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...you can trace the push-pull of subversion and glamour that fueled rock 'n' roll from the beginning...
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Espionage is a woman’s game.

Berlin, 1942. Caroline Reed is a newly minted American spy, eager to prove herself on her first mission: to recover vital information from behind enemy lines. But she’s not the only one. Iris Bell is after the same information. When fate brings them together, they’re forced into an uneasy alliance that takes them from the glamorous parties of the Third Reich, to a group of rebels in the French countryside, to the Paris mansion of a debauched Countess. Against their will, against their training, and against all common sense, Iris and Caroline come to trust each other. Or perhaps it’s something more dangerous than trust. But what does love matter when the fate of the world is at stake?
 

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Elaine Atwell grew up in the mountains of Western north Carolina, attended the University of north Carolina at Chapel Hill, and currently lives in new Orleans.
 
Published December 12, 2012 by Etopia Press. 70 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by The Editors on Mar 24 2012

...you can trace the push-pull of subversion and glamour that fueled rock 'n' roll from the beginning...

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