May 2007 Debut of the Month.
A dual-time World War II/present day tale of a German plot, American interception and a very strange cover-up. It is inventive and different with good accounts of the tensions on both sides. An above-average dramatic story well worth investing in. Readers of historical adventures may be interested to know that the author is the younger brother of Simon Scarrow, famed for his Roman legion series.
Similar this month: None but try Jeffrey Lee.
Comparison: Robert Harris, Robert Littell, Henry Porter.
|Primary Genre||Thriller and Suspense|