‘Reclaim’ By Robert Hunting

Sabrina Hamdi, a privileged member of the classe moyenne superieure, never thought of taking up arms against the occupiers. A rape by three French detectives changes everything. She plots her revenge, lies in wait outside the prison that held her, guns them down, and flees into the night.
Avenging the crime isn’t enough; the detectives were part of an immoral occupation; without its presence, the rape wouldn’t have happened. She joins the Algerian Maquis.
Luc Jaundreau, a captain in the Foreign Legion, is deployed to Algiers. During a night patrol, the light from his Jeep catches a young woman on a deserted street. He stops and questions her. Terse, she offers a flimsy excuse about searching for her runaway dog.
Luc doesn’t think her story is credible, but lets her go anyway.
They meet again as combatants during a nighttime firefight. Luc comes out the worst, staring into the barrel of Sabrina’s rifle. She spares his life.
A third encounter finds both at a New Year’s Eve soiree. Shocked at the presence of each other, they manage an awkward, guarded exchange before separating. Yet a different, non-let

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