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Rendezvous in Madrid

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Length: 395 pages6 hours

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Rendezvous in Madrid
The second adventure in the Heidi Fuchs series

June 1940 – Britain stands alone. facing overwhelming odds
Retired civil servant and accidental secret agent, Sir Freddy Villiers, should have stood no chance against a Nazi killer like Heidi Fuchs. In fact he and his colleague, Gendarme Capitaine Martine Dumont, were lucky to survive their recent encounter. But their last glimpse of her, as they fled the scene, convinced them she was dead.
This time it’s going to be different, General de Gaulle has given them his personal assurance: they won’t be in any danger - just a quick trip to collect some information, before the French surrender is formally signed and the Germans take control.
It’s all arranged, the transport has been laid on and their contact expects them. It’s exactly the sort of undemanding job that would suit a retired and cultivated gentleman, hoping only to avoid boredom.
It was difficult to see what could possibly go wrong.

“A cracking follow on to Rendezvous in Paris – just what I’d hoped for.”

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