The Brass Compass (A Cold War Novel #1) by Ellen Butler-Review by Amanda Kimble

The Brass CompassThe Brass Compass by Ellen Butler
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

The Brass Compass (Cold War Novel #1) by Ellen Butler

This isn’t the first book I’ve read by the author. The Brass Compass is the first book in the Cold War Series. The author captured my attention from the beginning. It was a hard book to put down and I really didn’t want it to end.

Lily wants to go home to the states, but it’s not in the cards for her just yet. She finds that being a spy is a dangerous job. She also learns that some things are meant to be. The quote I chose for Lily is: “My father was a foreign service officer for the State Department. We moved around a lot. I spent most of my childhood living around Europe.”

Charlie is the captain in his group. He meets Lily and can’t help but fall for her. He knows what she does. When she’s offered a job he knows that life isn’t going to be quiet. The quote I chose for Charlie is: “I have a feeling with you, quiet and calm is never going to be in our future.”

Highly recommended for Historical Thriller lovers.

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