Although the idea that Grace may be a spy seemed far-fetched to me at first, a nice plot twist made it not only possible, but likely. I admired how Grace’s selfless actions to others ended up helping her in the end. I loved how Jack chose to try to prove her innocence, even when he wasn’t convinced of it himself. And the ending turned out to be happier (although a little different) than I expected it to be. The characters in this book are believable, and better-yet, likable. I also like learning a little about history while reading my fiction, and this book delivers on that front, too. The trial of Mata Hari in France is a central theme, and really demonstrates the fear of German spies that was prevalent at the time.
This book is wonderful and one that I definitely recommend. You won’t be able to put it down!
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