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Wedding Station

The prequel
(The seventh book in the John Russell series)
A novel by

'Robert Harris and Fatherland mixed with a dash of Le Carré' PUBLISHING NEWS'One can only marvel at his talent for infusing such a rangy cast of characters with nuance and soul.' NEW YORK TIMESBerlin, February 1933.John Russell watches the Reichstag burn, but it's no scoop, even for a crime reporter. Four weeks after Hitler's accession, brownshirt mobs stalk the streets and the press prints what the Party tells it. Russell, a former communist with a British passport, should be packing his bags, but while family ties bind him, his assignments draw him closer to the savage heart of the new regime - and the story that only ends one way.'A superb sequence of spy novels . . . tight, intelligent plots full of moral ambiguities and a cast of shadowy characters for whom deception is as natural as breathing. The atmosphere of espionage is wonderfully conveyed.'THE TIMES'An extraordinary evocation of Nazi Germany' C.J. SANSOM 'In the elite company of literary spy masters Alan Furst and Philip Kerr' WASHINGTON POST'One of the brightest lights in the shadowy world of historical spy fiction' BIRMINGHAM POST

Genre: Mystery

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