A Woman's Innocence by Gayle Callen

By Gayle Callen

Within the ultimate instalment of Gayle Callen's intriguing Spies and enthusiasts trilogy, a mad–dash look for fact brings jointly an not going pair – a lady accused of treason, and the fellow who convicted her... Now that he eventually has the notorious traitor, Julia Reed, in prison, you'll imagine English agent Samuel Sherryngton will be happy to work out justice served. yet conditions usually are not continuously what they seem like, and the evidence should not including up. quickly Sam has doubts over her guilt which, in fact, has not anything to do with the appeal for Julia he is been battling opposed to for therefore decades. no longer prepared to work out her achieved for against the law she won't have devoted, Sam defies the legislation of britain and breaks Julia out of detention center. What at first started as a seek to discover facts convicting Julia speedy becomes a quest to end up her innocence. Can this daring and speeding pair become aware of the reality and nonetheless make time for love?

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He left the house through the back door and mounted his horse, guiding him down the alley, toward the river and the poorer sections of Leeds—and the jail. Julia was innocent, he thought again with a re­ newed sense of relief. Sam had spent over a year on the case along with Nick Wright, and they’d both been played by a master—Lewis Reed, a general in the queen’s army, a man who had ac­ cess to every secret the Russians needed. And he had made sure every damning clue had pointed to Julia. Sam remembered Lewis as a childhood bully, his nemesis—but a traitor?

He slid two tickets toward them, then searched for change. 58 GAYLE CALLEN She gritted her teeth, trying to keep her com­ posure. Sam had chosen their destination delib­ erately so they wouldn’t have to wait long at the station. ” the man asked. Sam hunched his head between his shoulders. “We sent most of it on ahead, sir, with my wife’s brother. ” The man only shrugged. Sam took Julia’s arm, and she silently let him lead her out onto the railway platform. A large black engine sat on the tracks, metal gleaming, steam hissing as if with impatience.

A horse was tethered nearby, weighted down across his haunches by bulging saddlebags. She looked around. ” “My intentions would have looked a bit obvi­ ous. ” She still heard that undercurrent of anger in his voice. He was risking his life for her, but only with reluctance. She had once thought she knew him well, down to his soul. But she’d been a child then. Years and lives now separated them. He had hunted her down, imprisoned her, and believed the worst of her. He handed her a cloak, and she wrapped it around herself.

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