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Eve was burning to join the Great War and had no hesitation when she was recruited to work as a spy.

She’s sent to enemy-occupied France where she’ trained by the “Queen of Spies” and head of the Alice Network, Lili or code name Alice.

Together they will travel across France searching for the truth no matter where it leads them! I knew I’d like The Alice Network, but I didn’t think I was going to LOVE it!

The story is told in alternating narrations between Eve and Charlie, one during the Great War and one post-WWII.

However, it was never to the point where it was getting annoying or distasteful.

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