Louise Morrish

Operation Moonlight

Operation Moonlight

Summary

Passion, war and deadly secrets ...

'Wonderfully moving. A book to curl up with'
Fern Britton
'I absolutely loved this heart-warming story of wartime secrets, love and redemption' Susan Lewis
'Enthralling from beginning to end' Alan Titchmarsh
'I loved every word of it!' Katie Fforde
'Well researched and extremely moving. I really enjoyed it' Jill Mansell
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1944: Newly recruited SOE agent Elisabeth Shepherd is faced with an impossible mission: to parachute behind enemy lines into Nazi-occupied France and monitor the new long-range missiles the Germans are working on.

Her only advice? Trust absolutely no one. With danger lurking at every turn, one wrong move for Elisabeth could spell instant death.

2018: Betty is about to celebrate her 100th birthday. With her carer Tali at her side, she receives an invite from the Century Society to reminisce on the past.

Remembering a life shrouded in secrecy and danger, Betty remains tight-lipped. But when Tali finds a box filled with maps, letters and a gun hidden in Betty's cellar, it becomes clear that Betty's secrets are about to be uncovered . . .

Nostalgic, heart-pumping and truly page-turning, OPERATION MOONLIGHT is both a gripping read and a novel that makes you think about a generation of women and men who truly knew what it meant to survive.
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Readers love Operation Moonlight ...

***** 'Operation Moonlight goes beyond just another historical fiction tale of a woman in WWII to a real page-turning literary account which was a pleasure to read.'
***** 'This is a wonderful book, very gripping with a slight hint of romance.'
***** 'A really engrossing read told in two timelines.'
***** 'I thoroughly enjoyed this well-researched book.'
***** 'It's one that will be staying on my shelf.'