Review: A Quiet Flame – Philip Kerr

Buy one with this cover, please

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Review: The Nazi Hunters. How A Team Of Spies And Survivors Captured The World’s Most Notorious Nazi – Neal Bascomb

One of many books the young people of today need to read

Review: The Pale Criminal by Philip Kerr

A little town in Germany

Review: March Violets by Philip Kerr

March Violence

Review: Hanns and Rudolf. The German Jew and the Hunt for the Commandant of Auschwitz

A gripping thriller, an unspeakable crime, an essential history - John le Carré

Review: Masaryk Station

Masaryk Station by David Downing My rating: 5 of 5 stars A superb end to a simply wonderful series. A marvellous end to the book. Happiness tinged with sadness. Tragedy and hope.  It didn’t really feel like a goodbye.’ An au revoir, hopefully. Though that’s probably me wishing it, rather than it actually being so. And yes, he saved the …

Review: Stettin Station

Stettin Station by David Downing My rating: 5 of 5 stars It must be hard to write any kind of book, fiction or non fiction, set in or around Germany during the Second World War and not at some point come up against the situation of whether 'they’ knew about what was happening to the …

Review: The Arms Maker of Berlin

The Arms Maker of Berlin by Dan Fesperman My rating: 4 of 5 stars Spies and the second world war. Who doesn't love stories about one or the other? Spies in the Second World War? Getting better. Spies today and spies in the Second World War - Now that's a match made in some sort …