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Ariel Lawhon is a critically acclaimed American author. Quite a few of her novels stood as bestselling ones in New York Times. The majority of her good novels were on historic fiction where the author truly excels. Ariel got worldwide fame and many of her novels got translated in multiple languages. The Wife, the Maid, and the Mistress is one of her good novels to consider. Flight of Dreams is another one from the author that you would love reading or listening.
Code Name Helene is a historic fiction. Ariel Lawhon has done it very beautifully. The narration of this novel is done jointly by Barrie Kreinik and Peter Ganim.
The novel is a spellbinding tale of enduring love. It is a story of some unfaltering resolve and remarkable sacrifice that tells a true account of a lady who deserves to be a good household name.
The story is of Nancy Wake in 1936 who is an intrepid expat from Australia. She started living in Paris and bluffed her way into a Hearst newspaper as a reporter. This happened when she met Henri Fiocca, a wealthy French industrialist. Henri goes on soon to sweep Nancy right off her own feet. She tried her to convince her in becoming Mrs. Fiocca and she takes another code name.
Nancy used to smuggle people and the documents as Lucienne Carlier across the border. For this task, she got a new nickname coming from the Gestapo for her great ability to escape capture. The nickname given was The White Mouse. Nancy is forced to escape the territory of France as 5 million Franc bounty was set on her head. Henri in the process was left behind.