© Richard Handy
The Reich Device
Professor Gustav Mayer makes a monumental discovery, but his secret is not safe – a new menace rises in 1930s Germany.
Mayer’s world spirals out of control; hunted by ruthless killers from the newly formed SS, a game of brinkmanship begins. Who is the grey man? Assassin or protector?
The trail leads from Berlin to New York , Cairo, and then to London. What are German spies doing in South Africa? What does this have to do with big American corporations?
A showdown in the swamp-forests of Zululand and the duping of British intelligence might give Germany the upper hand. But the game is not over until the last man is standing – assassins on both sides have men to kill.
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The Wolfberg Deception
It’s 1941. Major Danny Nash of British Intelligence has just sabotaged a supply train to Wolfsberg, a top secret Nazi weapons facility. Germany has a new agenda.
There’s a clandestine meeting between Nazi industrialists and the Soviets in Iran. Deadly secrets are about to change hands.
A Russian spy of the old guard offers Nash a way in, but there’s a catch – he must send Emily Sinclair, the daughter of the head of British Intelligence.
Nash follows her to the deserts of Iran. A brutal SS officer hires a Persian assassin. Emily is in danger from the present and her past. It all looks like a double cross.
If Nash wants her back, he’ll have to take her … but the cost would be the annihilation of Britain.