We gave it a B-
Poland, 1937. A battle-scarred French military attaché oversees German secret agents — including a meek engineer who dishes on German tank designs to make extra money for his Polish mistress in Alan Furst’s The Spies of Warsaw
The Good German redux.
Furst remains a master at creating vividly lived-in historical atmosphere, but not enough happens after a main character exits around page 100. B-