I Can't Begin to Tell You (Paperback)Elizabeth Buchan (author)
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A stunning wartime story of love, lies and bravery, from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The New Mrs Clifton.
When the Nazis invade Denmark, British-born Kay Eberstern is sickened when Bror - her husband of twenty-five years - collaborates with the enemy to save his family home.
Lured by British Intelligence into a covert world of resistance, putting her life in the hands of London's code breakers, Kay's betrayal of her husband is complete as she risks her home and children to protect an SOE agent who won't even tell her his name.
As her family - especially her headstrong daughter - is drawn further into danger, Kay is faced with a wrenching moral dilemma. Who will be sacrificed next for the cause? Can she and Bror ever find their way back to one another?
Praise for I Can't Begin to Tell You:
'Impressive . . . Buchan brings the period vividly to life' Sunday Times
'Such a good novel, full of incident and history' Daily Express
'A gripping story of courage and conscience. Highly recommended' Sunday Mirror
'Gripping, fascinating' Daily Mail
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number of pages: 528
Weight: 362 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 31 mm
Impressive . . . nerve-janglingly engrossing . . . Buchan brings the period vividly to life * Sunday Times *
This is such a good novel, full of incident and history and the minutiae of life as a spy * Daily Express *
She who dares wins in Buchan's gripping doorstopper about the Nazi occupation in Denmark * Daily Mail *
A gripping story of courage and conscience. Highly recommended * Sunday Mirror *
Gripping, beautifully written and peopled with characters you believe in * Choice Magazine *
A gripping story about a family divided by war time loyalties * The Irish News *
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A very readable but heart-wrenching novel set in occupied Denmark during the Second World War. As a half-Dane, I have done some reading about these years and this novel fits in with the overall picture. There are... More
“Good story, but poorly executed”
I have read a lot of WWI and WWII books and this book really intrigued me as a woman's point of war in the spy network during WWII. The idea of the story is a great one, but I found the editing and style of... More
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