Reviews: THE SPIES OF WARSAW by Alan Furst

A couple of WWII challenge participants read Alan Furst’s The Spies of Warsaw.  Here’s what they had to say; click the links to read their complete reviews.

Sandy from You’ve GOTTA read this! says:

As any fan of WWII historical fiction would probably agree, I’ve had my share of concentration camps. For anyone interested in this time period, this book is an excellent diversion from the expected. Another angle, another perspective.

Anna from Diary of an Eccentric says:

While the scenes in which Mercier is under cover are exciting, The Spies of Warsaw is not all politics and war. Mercier falls in love with a League of Nations lawyer, Anna, so there’s some sex and romance thrown in, too.

Furst is a talented writer, and his use of description brilliantly sets the scene.

Also, check out Anna’s interview with Alan Furst on Examiner.com.

**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!**

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