"You're different from the rest. Remember that, for you will see enough terrible things to turn your hair white many times over"
"Nightfall Berlin is a tense, atmospheric and breathtaking thriller that drops you deep into the icy heart of the Cold War"
You can't tell
Potsdam Station by David Downing My rating: 5 of 5 stars All David Downing’s books have been excellent. Potsdam Station, book four (of six) in the Station series, continues that trend - and then some. There did seem to be a bit of a leap between Stettin Station and Potsdam, some four years, in the story-timeline. It … Continue reading Review: Potsdam Station
Fatherland by Robert Harris My rating: 5 of 5 stars Fatherland was, it seems, first published 1992. The paperback I have, came out in 1993. How I have managed to avoid this one for so long? As The Who once said; 'I can't explain.' It is a really compulsive thriller, a detective story - but … Continue reading Review: Fatherland
"A extraordinary evocation of Nazi Germany on the eve of war", says CJ Sansom author of 'Winter in Madrid'.
He's not wrong.
The Glory of Isis
A desperate race to unlock the truth