there isn't any privateness in Beirut. within the lodge lobbies and high-class bars of this pretty jap capital, intelligencers of each stripe conceal in undeniable sight: British spies and Nazi moles, loose French operatives and the lackeys of Vichy France. Stalin has his males the following, as do the Zionists who could flip British Palestine right into a haven for the Jewish humans. There are brokers of each race, gender, and nationality—and they're all at one another’s throats. Armande Herne isn't really certainly one of them—but she's going to be quickly enough.
A French girl raised in England, Armande got here to Beirut after her husband joined the army. while the French military palms town over to the British, an fingers deal attracts Armande into the shadowy facet of this urban of intrigue, taking her on a barren region event that might switch the war—or go away her lifeless within the sand.
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