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Reluctant Informer

Marion Kummerow

Publisher: Marion Kummerow

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Summary

When the Gestapo extends an offer, there’s no way to refuse.
 
Sabine always minded her own business, closing her eyes to the sinister events.
 
But that changes the moment the Gestapo needs information from her. With her husband in their hands, his life depends on her willingness to cooperate.
 
Soon, she’s thrust into the middle of a resistance organization, smuggling people out of Germany.
 
Her task?Finding the leader.Handing him over to torture and certain death.
 
Can she silence her conscience and save her husband?  
 
Read Reluctant Informer to find out!
 
Previously published as part of the USA Today Bestselling Anthology, The Darkest Hour, this standalone novella will keep you wondering what happens next.

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