‘The Alice Network’ Introduces Readers to the Great War’s Mysterious Female Spy Ring [REVIEW]


We love strong women! That’s one of the reasons we are so enamored with Kate Quinn’s new novel, The Alice Network. In it you’ll meet two women, one who worked as a spy during the Great War and another in search of her cousin who disappeared in Nazi-occupied France during World War II. If you love espionage, intrigue, history and riveting suspense, this is the book for you!

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Woman in London A young woman returns to Europe after the war in search of her cousin, only to discover the truth about a little known female spy ring known as “The Alice Network” in Kate Quinn’s new novel. (Photo courtesy William Morrow)

An American college student can’t believe that her favorite relative is dead, so she takes matters into her own hands and goes in search of her cousin in post-World War II London. However, the questions she has aren’t so easily answered and soon she learns much more than she bargained for in Kate Quinn’s new historical novel, The Alice Network. 

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