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The Last Letter from London

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We opened by waking up to disappointment Tony was leaving. We jump right into heavy exposition I have no reason to care about and nothing to connect it with. I don't have any investment in anything and this all just threw me off. Not for me personally. I stopped at the end of chapter 1 (4%).

Thank you to NeGalley and Harper 360 for the ARC.

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Great read!! Spies have feelings too! I loved how the story unfolded and made me not want to put this book down!! I highly recommend any read by Pam Lecky!

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Okay I’m not usually a huge historical fiction person, but when I read the blurb I was excited to read this! And it didn’t disappoint! It was a little slow in the early chapters, but once you get past that, it was really good!

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I love historical fiction centered on women’s perspectives and The Last Letter from London had me engaged from start to finish. This book has it all - espionage, romance, friendships, travel - all set with the backdrop of WWII. Pam’s writing is heavy on dialogue, which helps you quickly move through the story and get to know the characters. Excited to read more from this series!

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This third book in Pam Lecky’s excellent series sees main character Sarah facing some critical missions at work and some challenges in her relationship with American Navy officer Tony. This installment is set almost two years after the last one. Lecky is a great writer, and the story moves along at a fast pace even as we get a lot of Sarah’s internal monologue, which to me enhanced the story. The tie-in to real historical events made the stakes of Sarah’s work seem very real. This book sets up nicely for another installment, which I hope comes quickly. I strongly recommend reading at least the second book before reading this one, but the whole series is great. Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an advance copy in exchange for an honest opinion.

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An amazing addition to Sarah’s story - straight from the real life MI5 files with a plot device that really happened during WWII.

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This is the third book in Pam Lecky’s series starting with Her Secret War. I haven’t read those books, but am going to go back and start from the beginning to really appreciate this third book.

MI5 Agent Sarah Gillespie is tasked with being the handler of double agent Adeline Vernier and can’t decide whether she should trust Adeline or if she has her own agenda that will hurt many others along the way.

This book is a terrific read that had ups and downs, romance, intrigue, and oh yeah, a war going on with millions of lives at risk.

I really enjoyed that it wasn’t easy to figure out the plot in the first part and there were lots of twists in the plot that had me guessing along the way. I love historical fiction and this didn’t disappoint.

As I said, I’m going to go buy the first two in the series and hope that there are more to come. Sarah was a great lead character.

Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for this advanced reader copy. All opinions are my own.

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