Trapeze - Simon Mawer 3.5 stars, rounding up to 4 because I like the way he ended it realistically. I also appreciated the subtle building of suspense a couple of times near the end of the story. It's not the heart-pounding suspense you get from a thriller, but a much more natural feeling of dread and uncertainty while the characters are trying to act nonchalant. I enjoyed learning about the various training exercises women went through in Scotland and England to prepare them for life as infiltrators.But the best thing I got from the book?---> "Merde alors!"