Book review: The Scarlet Nightingale by Alan Titchmarsh

The Scarlet Nightingale by Alan Titchmarsh is a historical novel set in the 20th century including WWII. The subtitle is: In the deadly game of war can she trust the man she loves? I consider this to be the best of Alan Titchmarsh’s novels I have read so far. I borrowed it from the library and read it in a few days.

The protagonist’s childhood is described and her subsequent life with most of the action taking place during the war years. There is danger, excitement and unexpected twists in the plot.

The Scarlet Nightingale is available as a paperback, hardback, e-book and audiobook.

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