I rate The Lost Girls of Paris ⭐️⭐️⭐️. The story is told across three characters: Eleanor, the mastermind behind the British women spy network; Marie, a recruited spy deployed in Paris during WWII; and Grace, a woman who lives in New York shortly after the war and finds an abandoned suitcase with 12 different women’s headshots in Grand Central Station. Wanting to learn more about these women the book opens with her quest to find answers. I appreciated the storyline around the women spies and their role in obstructing the Nazi takeover, but the plot connecting the modern day story to their history is too predictable and the romance story between Grace and Mark dilutes it. As my third historical fiction novel of the month, I would rank this one second to The Huntress and slightly better than The Gown.