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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

There is No Going Home by Madalyn Morgan

There Is No Going Home: A Bletchley Park Cold Case (The Dudley Sisters Saga Book 7) by [Morgan, Madalyn]

Another story with two separate time lines. A bit different though WWII related. Ena Green recognises a woman who is dead, whose funeral she attended. She is also very sure of this woman as she worked with her for four years and was a very good friend.

That there is something fishy in the discovery, and that the discovery will not be good for Ena is apparent from the beginning. Ena worked for the Secret Service and her husband Henry still does. Ena now works on cold cases at the Home Office and it becomes more and more apparent that many people are being used in a cover up because the entire case history has disappeared from the archives.
When people whom Ena interviews or talks to start getting beaten up and murdered both Ena and Henry particularly are worried that Ena will be their next victim. What is being hidden in this story which is a good depiction of history of the time.

Very descriptive and with good characterization the two time lines though not very far apart were distinct and well detailed.

Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of General Fiction (Adult)

1 comment:

  1. I'm drawn in by your first paragraph. Sounds like a good read.