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SUSPENSE/THRILLERS
Set in Italy

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Niccolo Amma niti
Matilde Asensi
Steve Berry
Dan Brown
Martin Booth
Micahel Byrnes
Victor Canning
Lorenzo Carcaterra
John Case
Noah Charney
David Adams Cleveland
Manning Coles
Ann Cornelisen
Richard Crighton
Beth de Bilio
Gregory Dowling
Daphne du Maurier
Sarah Dunant
Allan Folsom
Alan Furst
Michael Gilbert
Robert Girardi
Jaun Gómez-Jurado
Laura Grimaldi
John Grisham
David Hewson
Patricia Highsmith
Joseph Kanon
Herbert Lieberman
Robert Ludlum
Helen MacInnes
Valerie Martin
Thomas F. Monteleone
Gianluca Morozzi
David Morrell
Tim Parks
Lewis Perdue
Arturo Pérez-Reverte
Amanda Prantera
Douglas Preston
 Lincoln Child
Gerald Seymour
Daniel Silva
Tad Szulc
Ron Terpening
Nick Tosches
Barry Unsworth
Andrew Wilson

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Set in Rome (Lazio)
Campania
THEME
World War II
 
 ©1943

Martha Albrand

Without Orders

Jacket Notes:  THE JAGGED PIECES OF A TERRIFYING ESPIONAGE PUZZLE
- A young American officer suddenly imprisoned in an Italian insane asylum, where doctors insist he's a nobleman who been their patient for over twenty-four years!
- A strange accident that calimed the life of a beautiful contessa as she strolled unsuspectingly along a quiet Roman street!
- A time bomb planted in the basement of the Nazi's busy operations center!
Someone was carefully arranging everything. Releasing Lt. Charles Barrett from the asylum after he signed a statement "accepting" his Italian identity. Binding the young lieutenant to the lovely Italian aristocrat, Sybilla San Vigilio with a vow of revenge that had to be kept. Even arranging the circumstances that made Sybilla and the American fall so desperately in love.
But who was behind it all? The Nazi High Command--clawing to maintain its terrifying grip on war-torn Italy? The Italian Underground--struggling to save thousands of their condemned countrymen? The American--planning a crucial, final step in the war?
And what fateful mission was being relentlessly thrust upon Sybilla and the American officer--by someone who seemed to have full control over their lives?
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