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Louise's Dilemma

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192 pages3 hours

Summary

The third book in the Louise Pearlie Mysteries is “an entertaining combination of mystery, adventure, and romance, with a great sense of place and time” (Historical Novel Society).
 
Young widow Louise Pearlie seizes a chance to escape the typewriters and files of the Office of Strategic Services, the United States’ World War II spy agency, when she’s asked to investigate a puzzling postcard referred to OSS by the US Censor. She and FBI agent Gray Williams head off to St. Leonard, Maryland, to talk to the postcard’s recipient, one Leroy Martin. But what seemed like a straightforward mission to Louise soon becomes complicated. Leroy and his wife, Anne, refuse to talk, but as Louise and Williams investigate, it soon becomes clear that Leroy is mixed up in something that looks a lot like treason. But what? Louise is determined to find out the truth, whatever the cost . . .
 
“A very good entry in this new and promising series.” —Booklist

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