Avenue of Spies

By Alex Kershaw

I just finished Avenue of Spies. I thoroughly enjoyed it. My grandfather flew B-24s during WWII so anything about that era of history has been fascinating to me. This was the first book that I’ve read about the French resistance/occupation of Paris. It gave me a new perspective. Thank you for it. Most of the history books I’ve read were from an American point of view, so it was good to be able to see things through the eyes of those who were more directly impacted by the war.

Reviewed by Jeffrey
Located in Kentucky
Avenue of Spies

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