Review: THE EYE OF THE NEEDLE by Ken Follett

Tracey from A Book Sanctuary read Ken Follett’s The Eye of the Needle for the WWII reading challenge.  Here’s an excerpt from her review:

I expected it to be excellent and it was. A classic spy story set in WWII. Henry Faber is Die Nadel (The Needle), Germany’s best agent having been planted and firmly established in England for years. He has survived for so long because he trusts nobody including his superiors in Germany. He is sophisticated, clever and ruthless – trusted implicitly by Hitler himself.

His role is to find out the Allies plans for the D Day invasion and get that information back to Germany. Calais or Normandy? The outcome of the war is in the balance. Germany waiting for the word of one man, the Allies relying on one man and his small team to stop him.

Read the rest of her thoughts here.

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