THE SPY WORE RED
by Wendy Rosnau

February 2005
ISBN: 0-373-51346-1
Reviewer Graphic Button Silhouette #32
Mass Market Paperback
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Nadja had to get the assignment to Austria. It didnít matter what the assignment was, she needed to do a little personal business there as well. She only hoped that she could find who she was looking for and make sure everything was okay. If not, she didnít know what she would do.


The assignment was to find Holic Reznik, known as ďthe ButcherĒ. He has a list of spies and other powerful people for his future kills. The assignment is with another spy. She doesnít know his name but she did recognize his ass after five long years. It seems the other agent is her babyís father, only he doesnít know he has a child and she isnít going to tell him.


Bjorn canít believe the person he canít get his mind off of after five years is going to be his partner. He remembers everything and I mean everything about that night and he remembers that she left. He didnít know who she was but he didnít know if he could be her partner or not.


Bjorn canít trust Nadja as she seems to leave him at the most inconvenient of times. He knows there is more going on but he isnít sure what yet and he doesnít care because it isnít part of the assignment.


It seems that since they started out for Austria they have been shot at. Someone knows where they are headed and only very few know where they are actually going. So it seems there is a traitor in their midst. From the very beginning the mission has been riddled with trouble of one kind or another. It seems there is more trouble than even Bjorn knows and when he finds out one of the secrets that Nadja has been hiding, to say he isnít thrilled is an understatement.


The Spy Wore Red by Wendy Rosnau is a great read. Nadja has a particular color that she likes, yes red. It seems to be her color and of course danger seems to follow that as well. The story has danger, misunderstandings, killers galore, secrets, and distrust. If you like a heroine that can take care of herself and her family, then pick up a copy of The Spy Wore Red.


Reviewed in April 2005 by Pam.

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