"For readers who love surprises and real pace in a plot.”

“David Khara has produced a book that is topical and fast-paced. The interaction between Eytan and Elena is intriguing in that despite their diametrically opposed points of view, there is definitely a degree of frisson in the relationship.
The book moves between, not only places, but time frames, and whilst this may seem a little unwieldy, it actually adds to the overall tightness of the plot and the whole novel - from 1943 through to the present and from places such as Japan, Manchuria, Brussels and Prague.
For readers who love surprises and real pace in a plot, this is a book to read.” —Best Selling Crime Thrillers

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