Review: PIGEON PIE by Nancy Mitford

Fleur Fisher Reads read and reviewed another WWII book, Pigeon Pie by Nancy Mitford.  Here’s an excerpt from the review:

Sophia finds spies in her own home and, when nobody takes her seriously, she sets out to find proof. Along the way she will encounter threats, betrayal, kidnapping and much more.

Pigeon Pie is badly dated – a book about the war written in 1939 and published in 1940 is bound to be – but there is much to enjoy.

Read the entire review here.

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