Shining Through

Shining Through

Book - 1988
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Devoted fans of Almost Paradise, Close Relations (an upcoming ABC/TV miniseries), and Compromising Positions (made into a feature film in 1985) will love Isaacs's irresistible new novel about a legal secretary from Queens who becomes a larger-than-life hero of World War II.
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, c1988.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780060159795
0060159790
Characteristics: x, 402 p. ; 25 cm.

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alicat1
Feb 08, 2017

Excellent book! It is worth viewing the accompanying movie and note the differences. While the book focuses on Linda Voss' life before her "spy stint in Berlin", the movie primarily recounts and embellishes her spy journeys.

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eewoods
Jul 15, 2014

I picked this book because I had seen the movie several years ago. the book is much different! I was disappointed at first but then understood how the Hollywood filmmakers changed the story (and left out very important events relating to the main character) in order to make a "good" movie. While I wish the two had been more compatible I am still glad that I read the book.

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