Reviews: THE SWISS COURIER by Tricia Goyer and Mike Yorkey

A couple participants in the WWII reading challenge selected The Swiss Courier by Tricia Goyer and Mike Yorkey.  Here are some of their thoughts; click the links to read the full reviews.

Nise’ from Under The Boardwalk says:

If you like suspense, intrigue, spies, action and a bit of romance, you will love this book.

Becky from Becky’s Book Reviews says:

There was so much to love about this one. It’s historical fiction. Set during World War II. 1944 to be exact. I’ve read many books set during this time period, but this one was unique–at least to me. It is set in Switzerland, for the most part, and stars heroes and heroines who are spies. They are men and women going undercover in Germany and risking their lives for the Allied Cause. Our heroine is the young and attractive Gabi Mueller. She’s been given a secret mission–well, one big secret mission–she must help smuggle someone out of Germany. Will she succeed? Will her contribution make a difference to the war?

**Attention participants:  Remember to email us a link to your reviews, and we’ll post them here so we can see what everyone is reading!**


  1. As the co-author of “The Swiss Courier,” it’s tremendous to read these reviews for our World War II-era thriller. There are a lot of plot twists, and readers have been telling us that we’ve been keeping them up late to finish the last 50 pages. I spent three years, off and on, working on the novel that takes place in August 1944, so there’s a ton of research, but it’s all woven in the plotline. No one has been able to figure out how “The Swiss Courier” ends yet, so there are some great surprises. Thanks again . . . Mike

  2. Mike: Thanks for stopping by and reading the reviews of your book. We are hopeful that this site will be helpful to those looking for war-related reading material and reviews.

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