Another lengthy tale of intrigue that follows a Polish military officer as he becomes part of the resistance inoccupied France during WWII. The title is in deference to the main character, The Polish Officer lovers of the period will enjoy historical references. At another level the story focuses on the the isolation and devastation that surrounds the life of an undercover agent. This is the third of the series by Alan Furst and these books are interesting as there is no recurring central character. The times and the turmoil of the 1930’s and 40’s provide the momentum for these books.
The good thing is there are plenty more to follow.