The Fragile Hour by Rosalind Laker
A British secret agent lives among the Nazis in secret. Two decades after the end of the Second World War, Anna Marlow stands among a crowd of spectators gathered around a lake in Norway. She is watching an aircraft being raised up from the depths of a lake. As she does so, she remembers its pilot - with a heart that is heavy for reasons far more complicated than a love that was lost during the Second World War. As a British secret agent, Anna had returned to her Nazi-occupied homeland during the war to join the Norwegian resistance. Assuming a new identity, she lived among the Nazis whilst carrying out highly dangerous acts of sabotage, risking her life and the lives of her loved ones. Despite the constant danger she faced, Anna found love – or love found Anna. But as the war drags her away from those she loves, can this passion outlast Germany’s occupation of Norway? Or will it be just one more casualty of the conflict? The Fragile Hour is an gripping wartime romance about the courage and sacrifices made by the women of the secret service during the Second World War. 'A moving story of love and war.' - Robert Foster, best-selling author of 'The Lunar Code'. Rosalind Laker was lucky enough to be born into a family that took a great interest in its forebears, and tales of them were handed down to her, providing characters and incidents for many of her historical novels.
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages