In the aftermath of the war, will the truth stay buried?Joy Chambers' The Great Deception is filled with tension, excitement and romance, looking at the experiences of Australians in World War II. The perfect read for fans of Pam Jenoff and Margaret Leroy. 'A great rollercoaster of a novel' - Historical Novels Review New South Wales, 1947...When Shelly Wareing's husband Cole vanishes into the night, leaving only a note to say that he will come back no matter how long it takes, Shelly is bewildered. What could be the reason for his sudden disappearance? Searching for clues, Shelly discovers a box containing Nazi medals, an SS ring and a photo of a radiantly beautiful woman signed for her husband. Determined to uncover the truth, she sets out to track down Laetitia de Witt, the woman pictured in the photograph. Meanwhile, halfway across the world, Cole is on his own mission for the truth - while his enemies, who believe him to be a traitor, are in close pursuit...What people are saying about The Great Deception:'Fantastic book! Great storyline which had me enthralled from start to finish''A brilliant read for anyone who loves WWII stories and war mysteries''An excellent read from beginning to end'