I'm happy--it's a terrific read, with an atypical plot, and feel, compared to most wartime espionage fiction. it's not action-oriented, but that hasn't mattered at all. I feel for Innes; he really has qualms about spying within his own ranks. he'd rather be back in occupied Belgium, sticking it to the enemy. at least being honest has gotten him into trouble and got him shuttled off to the Netherlands...still poking at internal matters, though, not thrilled with his lot in life. bonus: there's a bit of a Murder Mystery running!