As Europe reels from the Nazi's defeat of Poland, a young woman is thrust into war – and into the crosshairs of a Soviet agent.
Evelyn Ainsworth is just coming to terms with the sudden death of her father when an unexpected meeting in London exposes family secrets, changing everything she thought she knew. Faced with the task of traveling to Oslo to meet with a double agent, it's time for the new MI6 agent to show her worth. But nothing can prepare her for what awaits her in the streets of Norway.
Caught between a ruthless SS agent and the Soviet NKVD, Evelyn races to stay one step ahead of an enemy who seems to know her every move. And as she navigates through the complex web of the intelligence underworld, one thing becomes alarmingly clear: the war is just beginning.
And someone is determined to keep her out of it.
The Oslo Affair
Gripping portrayal of the danger of being a spy at the beginning of WWII. Very well written with realistic characters, settings and dialog. Disappointed to reach the end as I wanted the story to continue. Hoping for more of Evelyn’s adventures in the future!
The Oslo Affair
For those of you that read The Courier, you are in for another adventure with Evelyn Ainsworth, a English noble woman who has stepped up to fight the Nazi's. Only this time, the stakes are much much higher, and the danger is far greater. It seemed at every turn of the page, Evie was either being chased by the Russians or avoiding the SD agents from Germany. Once again, Evelyn task seemed simple, but O my, it turned out not be be. A great read, really interesting character development, and intrigue up the wazoo. Another great book from CW Browning!!