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‘A Sparkling and witty crime debut with a female protagonist to challenge Miss Marple’ –

Lin Anderson

‘Impeccable historical detail with a light touch‘ – Lesley Cookman, The Libby Sarjeant Series

‘Euphemia Martins is feisty, funny and completely adorable’ – Colette McCormick, Ribbons in Her Hair

‘A rattlingly good dose of Edwardian country house intrigue with plenty of twist and turns and clues to puzzle through along with the heroine of the book, Euphemia Martins’ – Booklore.co.uk

Hope to Survive – the second edition of the exciting spy thriller Hope Stapleford Mystery series!
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Secret agent Hope is on a dangerous mission to save her country…


It is 1939 – war has been declared and spymaster Fitzroy wastes no time in preparing his goddaughter, Hope, for a secret mission. As Euphemia Martins’ daughter, Hope has the potential to be one of British Intelligence’s greatest agents, but when she is ousted from an all-male think tank and relegated to the typing pool, even she starts to doubt herself.

Meanwhile, Hope’s rebellious friend, Bernie, announces her engagement to a man Hope does not trust; Harvey, Hope’s only asset, has vanished; and, most awful of all, Hope fears that her father is dying. Then comes Dunkirk and the threat of invasion intensifies. To her surprise, Hope is sent to a secret base, where she joins a group of auxiliary units that are expected to fight to the death should invasion occur. Fearing for her life, she must confront Nazi sympathizers among the country’s elite secret service before she can learn who to trust…
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Readers LOVE Caroline Dunford’s gripping thrillers!



‘Wonderful in its writing, chaterization and plot the book never fails to entertain’ ***** Reader review

‘This is one of the best written mystery series that I have read’ ***** Reader review

‘They’re so well written that they’re hard to put down! I can’t wait for the next one!’ ***** Reader review

‘This has got to be one of the best writers of mystery books’ ***** Author review

Reviews

A Sparkling and witty crime debut with a female protagonist to challenge Miss Marple
Lin Anderson
Impeccable historical detail with a light touch
Lesley Cookman, The Libby Serjeant Series
A rattlingly good dose of Euphemia Martins is feisty, funny and completely adorable
Colette McCormick, Ribbons in Her Hair
Edwardian country house intrigue with plenty of twist and turns and clues to puzzle through along with the heroine of the book, Euphemia Martins
Booklore.co.uk

Hope Stapleford Mystery