The Rules in Rome Review

Friday, August 5, 2016

While Hitler's men are in Germany, Bastien Ley and his team kill a German officer headed to Rome. They notice that the officer has a remarkable resemblance to Ley. Ley decides to assume his identity and becomes Dietrich, a German Officer. Ley forwards his intelligence to a new radio operator and pretend girlfriend, Gracie Begni. Begni and Ley get off on the wrong foot and must find a way to work together. Will their charade prove too much for them?

A.L. Sowards The Rules in Rome tells a suspenseful tale full of intrigue, romance, secret meetings, torture, narrow escapes and more. I found this book thoroughly entertaining and engaging. It was also very fast paced and held my attention. I also liked that the book showed the war from multiple perspectives. I encourage you to check it out at your local library or buy it on Amazon. 

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