Wednesday, June 29, 2022

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The Diamond Eye by Kate Quinn


A history student who wants nothing more than to finish her dissertation and raise her young son to be strong and proud of her, Mila is propelled by World War II to become a sniper for the Russian army. We’re not spared the grisly and harsh realities Mila endures, but we’re also witness to her great heroism, strength, and enviable character. But Quinn never has just one plot one going, and The Diamond Eye involves a goodwill tour to the U.S. and a plot to kill President Roosevelt.

Doreen, R.J. Julia Booksellers, Madison

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