A classic World War II novel from the bestselling thriller writer Derek Lambert.
In neutral Lisbon, British Intelligence have concocted a ruthless doublecross to lure Russia and Germany into a hellish war of attrition on the Eastern Front and so buy Britain the most precious commodity of all: time.
That plot now hinges on one man: Josef Hoffman, a humble Red cross worker. But who is Hoffman? And where do his loyalties really lie?
‘Charged with action and tension from start to finish' John Barkham Reviews
‘For unbearable suspense, for chapter-by-chapter fascination, nothing I've read equals this one' Los Angeles Times
‘A World War II “what if” that's great fun. Lots of suspense and a bang-up climax' Publishers Weekly
‘A humdinger of a thriller … a novel which turns history upside down' Express & Echo
‘Veteran thriller writer Derek Lambert skillfully mixes fact and fiction from World War II. It's bloody good fun' New York Daily News
‘A grand Churchillian scheme depicted with great flair and ingeuinty' The Seattle Times
‘Excellent spy-genre fiction' UPI
‘Plenty of action' The New Yorker
‘Fic-fac at its most tantalising … an extraordinary piece of fiction' Eastern Daily Press
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