Operation Broadsword by Hannah Howe

Eve's War Heroines of SOE

Book three in the Eve's War Heroines of SOE series

Operation broadsword

Operation Broadsword is book three in the Eve’s War Heroines of SOE Series. The book can be read as a standalone. However, to gain maximum enjoyment from the series we recommend that you read the books in order.

Eve’s War is a series of twelve novellas. Each book contains approximately 20,000 words and a complete story. Kindly note that the price throughout the series will be set at the minimum level and that Eve’s story arc will be concluded at the end of the series.

As Mimi examined her wireless, a figure emerged through the darkness. In his mid-thirties, he possessed broad shoulders and a muscular frame while a proud nose and a neatly trimmed moustache dominated his handsome features.

“The owls are loud tonight,” the man said revealing a voice blessed with a deep baritone.

“You’re allowed to make a loud noise when you’re the wisest of birds,” I replied.

With our code words established, the man stepped forward and shook my hand. His handshake was firm while his pumping action threatened to remove my arm from my shoulder.

“I am Jean-Claude,” he smiled. “Jean-Claude Quiniou. I will escort you to the safe house and introduce you to the Le Roux family.”

“I’m Genevieve,” I said, “and this is Lise.” Of course, I used our aliases, for Eve and Mimi belonged to another life.

The books in series order:

Operation Zigzag
Operation Locksmith
Operation Broadsword
Operation Treasure
Operation Sherlock
Operation Cameo
Operation Rose
Operation Watchmaker
Operation Overlord
Operation Jedburgh
Operation Butterfly
Operation Liberty

 

Genre: FICTION / War & Military

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Thrillers / Historical

Language: English

Keywords: Second World War, French Resistance, Special Operations Executive, France, Secret Agents

Word Count: 20,000

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

LanguageStatus
Dutch
Translation in progress. Translated by Tom de Zwaan
German
Already translated. Translated by Sandra Puhl
Author review:
Once again, it was a great pleasure to work with Sandra on this translation. She is an excellent translator and fully deserving of the highest praise.
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Nathalie Pegoli
Author review:
It was a pleasure to work with Nathalie on this translation. She delivered an excellent translation in very good time and was helpful throughout.
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Dilaine Ester Freitas Lopes
Author review:
We were very impressed with Dilaine's speed and quality of work. She was very helpful throughout the translation process and we look forward to working with her on future projects.
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by Santiago Machain
Author review:
A professional translation delivered in good time. Once again, we were impressed with Santiago and the quality of his work.

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