"You're expendable. A young journalist making his way up the ladder. You're not a public figure like some of them. Not yet anyway."
Recovering from the horrors of war and the Great Depression, Britain clings to dreams of peace as Europe slides towards Fascist dictatorship. Amidst a web of half-hidden alliances, where rumour and reality interweave, Roger Martin begins his career in Fleet Street journalism. As he is drawn deeper into the murky world of international politics, he quickly realises that discovering the truth is only half of the challenge . . .
This compelling story follows an idealistic young journalist from his first steps along Fleet Street to the dark and dangerous heart of 1930s Nazi Germany as he uncovers the secrets kept from us by the British Government.
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About the Author
David Lowther is the author of three novels set in wartime Britain (published by Sacristy Press):
- The Blue Pencil (2012)
- Two Families at War (2015)
- The Summer of ’39 (2017)
He also wrote Liberating Belsen: Remembering the Soldiers of the Durham Light Infantry (Sacristy Press, 2015), an historical account of an event that shocked the nation in 1945.
David Lowther is the author of two novels set in wartime Britain, The Blue Pencil (Sacristy Press, 2012) and Two Families at War (Sacristy Press, 2015). He also wrote Liberating Belsen: Remembering the Soldiers of the Durham Light Infantry (Sacristy Press, 2015), an historical account of an event that shocked the nation in 1945.