It's no secret that World War II continues to inspire thriller writers, particularly in Europe. Bestselling French author David Khara is a prime example, with his Consortium Thriller series that dips into history, then races through a modern-day loop-to-loop of action and humor. What impact could the folly of World War II—death camps, medical manipulation and chemical warfare—still have today? The second in the series—The Shiro Project—hits bookstores on November 18.
What links exist between Japanese camps in China in the 1940s, a US Army research center in the 1950s, and the deadly threat Eytan faces today? From Prague to Tokyo, with stops in Ireland, yesterday’s enemies become today’s best allies and mankind seems on the verge of repeating the errors of the past. What can a lone man do against the madness that is bound to follow?
Recommended for fans of: Dan Brown, Steve Berry, Daniel Silva, John Grisham, Robert Ludlum and Ian Fleming.
Blue Moon Award for best thriller for The Bleiberg Project
“Suspense done to perfection.” —Le Monde
“A well-written, fast-paced, intelligent and well-documented thriller.” – TV host Gérard Collard
”Mossad, Japan, bacteriological weapons—all the ingredients of an impeccably written thriller.” —Page Library Journal
"A chilling thriller that leaves you biting your nails." —Mystery Sequels blog