Their way out, the distortion at Aldwych Strand, has sealed itself off; presumably to protect its secrets from the evil Nazis.
While Mark heads to Muswell Hill, Lucy is taken to the Leytonstone Displacement Camp. Her job is to talk to someone who, as a boy, helped map the distortion. But he's clinically insane and only speaks in riddles. He hints there's a second entrance. But to find it the best friends must read Marconi's diary, which is housed in the Volks Palast - the former Alexandra Palace - worryingly now the headquarters of the SS.
As time passes Mark and the Prisoner of the Volks Palast witness Nazi brutality at first hand; Lucy finds herself at the heart of the regime, at the mercy of the enigmatic Admiral Von Schmidt, ruffles, rising star of the Nazi elite.
Though Lucy is in more danger as two people want her time travelling ability for themselves and are willing to tear her apart to get it.
The second novel in The Secret of Aldwych Strand trilogy by Sarah E. Smith is a YA, time travel, thrill-fuelled adventure.
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About the Author
Her parents told her that when she was a little girl, that whenever she got lost while shopping, she could be found sitting in the middle of a pile of books that she'd pulled off the shelves.
Quite early on in life Sarah figured out that there were three ways to travel in time: stow away in the TARDIS, study History and write a book.
The publication of the Secret of Aldwych Strand 1 completed her trilogy of travels. You see not only did she study history at University, and enjoyed it so much she even teaches it; but she has been inside the TARDIS and travelled with the 4th and arguably the best Doctor, Tom Baker. Well, in a car and he didn't offer her a "jelly baby?!"
If dreams could come true, Sarah E. Smith would like to be a "Lady who Lunches". However, her cat wants to take over the world through a collection of ingenious cat toys. So: please help the cat out by buying into Mark and Lucy's adventures.
Now Sarah is a valued writer for Kensington Gore's Publishing things might get a little scary so hold onto your hats.