Lee and Victoria weren’t the only ones to love The Spy’s Wife by Fiona McIntosh… Here is what the QBD crew thought:
Part thriller and part romance, McIntosh has painted such a vivid picture of 1930s Germany that is simply entrancing, and the story and characters are unforgettable.
McIntosh is one of Australia’s most beloved authors for a reason, and she’s proven it here once again. Even if you’ve never read her before, if you’re a fan of the historical fiction genre, don’t miss it! – Brody, Belmont WA
Few can weave historical and romantic tales so flawlessly and fiercely, but Fiona McIntosh’s latest novel cements her place as queen of the genre. The Spy’s Wife is a suspenseful story with a captivating female heroine who reminds us of the important role women play in war times as she tries to infiltrate the Nazi party to save the man she loves. – Megan, Traralgon
Follows the life of Evie, a widow who remarries a handsome stranger, Roger. Opening in 1930’s England, Roger is transferred to Germany where suspicions are cast upon him as WW2 is beginning. When he is arrested, Evie is compelled to absolve the man she loves – by following him across countries and through unrelenting stress to work as a spy just as political unrest threatens to swallow Europe. – Amy, Kawana