Urus Martan; a desolate mountain situated in the far reaches of The Third Reich has a secret
A secret tasked to Eva Molenaar, Nicklaus Brandt, Henry Chainbridge and Peter de Witte to investigate by Churchill's shady right hand man Brendan Bracken.
From Buenos Aires to London, Paris and Marseilles Eva's adventure leads her directly to a renegade British nobleman in league with Martin Bormann, who is funding the secret of Urus Martan.
A secret capable of wiping out a city, a city like Moscow or Tehran where the fate of Nazi Germany will be decided by Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill.
Now that Stalingrad has fallen.
Eva's quest will exact a heavy price, not only on her, but on the team who face impossible odds...
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About the Author
I was born in 1966 in Swinton, Manchester. In 1977, the family emigrated to Sydney, Australia and returned to live in Dublin, Ireland in 1979. I have lived there since. I now live in Rush, Co. Dublin. I’m married and have a family. I have a full-time job. My first taste of writing was in 1992, when I submitted a short horror story to a speculative fiction magazine, FTL. Titled ‘The Chase’, it was accepted and published. I had spent nearly a decade playing bass in bands around Dublin and kept tour diaries. From this I made my first attempt at a novel titled ‘Vocals preferred / own transport essential.’ I finished it in 2003 & sent it out. I received many positive suggestions, but nothing else. I have four novels from the Eva series: Get Lenin Zinnman A Finger of Night Hollow Point available on Amazon & Kobo platforms I have had short stories published in three anthologies: •‘A communion of blood’ a vampire short published in ‘Broken Mirrors Fractured minds’ – Vamptasy Press. •‘Vodou’ in Red Rattle Book’s ‘Zombie Bites’. •& ‘The Properties of Mercury’ in ‘Cogs in Time’ a Steampunk Anthology, by Crushing Hearts Black Butterfly Publishing. This is my author page on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Robert-Craven/e/B00G6KKCZ6/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1459666506&sr=8-1 I have had two articles published in The Oslo times last year: Nostalgia for Cogs, Gears and Terabytes - a celebration of the fantastic in Nantes. Paper Mache castles and duck-feeding-ceasefires – a brief history of Dublin in an afternoon. I also regularly review CDs for Irish Independent Review Ireland.