Genre: Fiction
Published: 21 May 2004
Publisher: Pan Macmillan

Light of the Moon

by Elizabeth Buchan

“I thought loving someone was simple. It isn’t. Glorious, yes. Painful, yes. Unforgettable, yes. Simply, no. It took me the war to find out…”

Evelyn St. John has been parachuted into France to link up with the Resistance and to work undercover. Paul von Hoch’s brief, as a member of German Intelligence, is to track down enemy spies. Suddenly the battle lines shift between patriotism and a deeper truth that teaches us that other truths are more important.

"A compelling love story... The characters are utterly convincing... Genuine tension and excitment... An excellent novel... Even a man could risk reading it" - Philippa Gregory, Sunday Times
"Echoing with danger and tension, tenderness and truth, this is a love story and a picture of war that will haunt you... unforgettable" - Peter James, author of Possession
"An immensely interesting novel. The evocative atmosphere and dangerous exploits keep you turning the pages" - Woman's Journal

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