Although she must rely upon her colleagues to carry out her dangerous duties, Lily begins to suspect that someone at her Ambulance Station may be giving assistance to the enemy by disclosing secret information. Then her best friend, Jewish ambulance attendant David Levy, disappears in suspicious circumstances. Aided – and sometimes hindered – by David’s school friend, a mysterious and attractive RAF pilot, Lily has to draw on all of her resources to find David, and negotiate the dangers that come from falling in love in a country far from home in a time of war…
Publisher: Ebury Digital (22 Sept. 2016)
This was a truly enthralling story about the work carried out by the brave ambulance men and women in times of war – bravely going into bombed buildings to help those injured or to comfort those who have lost someone. There was also the unfolding story of a traitor in their midst. What you get from this story is love and hope – even in times of war.
The Author Deborah Burrows. She shows that she researched details of the London Blitz, the work of the ambulance drivers and what life was like in those terrible times. I thoroughly enjoyed it.