A former Augustinian friar, William Brodrick is a winner of the CWA Gold Dagger Award for Best Novel. In The Day of the Lie, brilliant Benedictine Father Anselm is presented with an intriguing case. In 1951, Roza Mojeska was arrested for belonging to an underground resistance movement in Communist Poland. Offered a dubious bargain by an agent of the secret police, Roza makes a fateful decision -- one that will reverberate with a dark truth more than 50 years later.
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