Abby has been sent to France alone to rescue four O.S.S. agents who have crashed, and their whereabouts are unknown. She will join her great aunt, the Countess de la Mont D’Or at her castle in Dijon. While playing the social dilettante at her aunt’s castle she discovers the shocking depths of collaboration between French officials and the Germans, and comes under suspicion by the treacherous Prime Minister, Pierre Leval.
Abby finds and hides the two female agents, only to discover Ben, one of her own, badly wounded sleeping in her closet. While he recuperates, Abby must come up with a plan that will get him out of the castle and safely to the monastery, where the brothers can treat him. While she is there she must get a message back to Switzerland via carrier pigeon, as it is too dangerous to use other means.
Disguised as a nun, she is returning when she is attacked by an SS officer whose intent is to rape and murder her; she is rescued by an SS Colonel, who kills the other officer. She returns to the castle and dresses for the formal concert-soiree her aunt is hosting that evening. At the end of the evening, she is approached by a German Prinz and to her horror it is the SS Colonel that rescued her earlier that very day. Discover Abby’s fate in a “Web of Spies.”
The author of “Company of Spies, Book I: Code Name Jana,” “Lost Yesterdays,” and “Web of Spies, Book II, Company of Spies,” Dr. Margaret Emanuelson is a columnist for the “North Beach Sun” and has written for several periodicals.
A clinical, forensic psychologist and veteran of the O.S.S, America’s first intelligence agency, her speaking engagements include many Christian, scientific and civic groups, the American Medical Association Symposium on Medicine and Religion, and a radio series: “God’s Psychology.” An Episcopalian and member of the Order of St. Luke, the Physician, she resides with her husband in Scottsville, Virginia. For more information, please visit: http://www.dr-emanuelson.com
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