Silent Killing: A World War Two Spy Drama Shiralyn J. Lee

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Silent Killing: A World War Two Spy Drama  by  Shiralyn J. Lee

Silent Killing: A World War Two Spy Drama by Shiralyn J. Lee
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A year into WW11 Alice Bennet had found herself—under the alias of her deceased brother’s name, reporting for The Readers Telegraph, on the effects of the war, glamorising her words to perfection before submitting them. Led to believe that herMoreA year into WW11 Alice Bennet had found herself—under the alias of her deceased brother’s name, reporting for The Readers Telegraph, on the effects of the war, glamorising her words to perfection before submitting them.

Led to believe that her brother was a soldier and killed on duty overseas, she is faced with a new truth—that he was a secret spy. After being convinced to join the same cause that he was in, Alice is shipped off to Canada, where she endures rigorous specialised training in a military secret operations camp, to become a spy herself but somewhere in the mix, Vera Bradshaw manages to do more than train her.Look Inside...Opening Page:Standing at the kitchen sink, a woman picked up a glass from the draining board and held it under the tap, half-filling it with cold water.

Placing the glass to her lips, she raised her eyes to look at the night-sky through the window in front of her. A thunder storm had brewed and in the distance, flashes of lightning lit up the town beneath. With each flash, the woman caught a glimpse of her own reflection in the glass pane—alone, and drinking water. She placed the empty glass into the sink and raised her face again to take one final look at the night-sky, only this time her reflection wasn’t alone.

Vera Bradshaw had silently crept up behind her—standing just inches away. There were no words said between the two of them, the woman didn’t even know who Vera was. She was so petrified that she was unable to call out to her husband, who was sleeping in the room directly above them.

Vera remained emotionless. Kicking her foot into the back of the woman’s leg, to bring her down, she placed her one hand over the woman’s mouth, to silence her, and holding a knife in her other, she swiftly raised it into the air, slashing her throat and then penetrated the side of the woman’s neck, just below her earlobe…



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