The Torch Betrayal: A Classic World War II Spy Thriller A Conor Thorn Novel

TMR Press, LLC - When confidential directives for operation Torch, go missing, the invasion of North Africa, the agent must recover the plans before the Nazis thwart the crucial mission. Thorn teams up with mI6 agent Emily Bright to seek out the traitor in their midst. Untangling the web of suspects leads them to Nazi sympathizers, double-crossing Soviet spies, and Vatican clergymen with motives of their own.

A missing battle plan. Will he find redemption or damage the Allies beyond repair? London, 1942. A disgraced agent. The torch betrayal is a high-stakes WWII thriller inspired by true events. Oss agent conor Thorn is desperate for a second chance. After a botched mission in Tangier, Thorn knows failure is not an option.

The Torch Betrayal: A Classic World War II Spy Thriller A Conor Thorn Novel - . As their mission grows more and more dangerous, Thorn and Bright have one chance to retrieve the document before it falls into enemy hands, leaving countless Allied troops in danger.





The Limoges Dilemma Alex Kovacs thriller series Book 4

Manor and State, LLC - The war stops for nothing. If you like to explore the world inhabited by philip kerr’s bernie Gunther or the characters created by Alan Furst, a place and time where looming terror and moral ambiguity live side-by-side, then you’ll love Richard Wake’s World War II thriller series. Pick up the limoges Dilemma to discover this exciting series today!

If you are in the french resistance, there is no time for grieving or second-guessing or regret — that is what they say. In limoges and the surrounding area, some communists, he finds himself confronted not only by the German occupiers of the country but by different Resistance groups with different loyalties and perspectives — some followers of de Gaulle, all with an agenda.

The Limoges Dilemma Alex Kovacs thriller series Book 4 - Struggling with his emotions, and with these competing resistance groups — all of which have one eye on who will take charge once the war is over — Alex becomes involved in sabotage missions, assassinations and revenge, all of which test his own moral foundation. The limoges dilemma is the fourth book in the Alex Kovacs historical espionage thriller series.

She is gone and he is bereft. But how do you listen to what your head is telling you when you are living with such a damaged soul?Alex Kovacs has been smuggled into Limoges after a botched attempt to rescue him and his wife from the Gestapo by flying them out of France.





The Lyon Resistance Alex Kovacs thriller series Book 3

Manor and State, LLC - And when that danger surrounds them, smothering them, Alex is forced to make the ultimate decision — to risk everything for his family and his cause. The lyon resistance is the third book in the Alex Kovacs historical espionage thriller series. But the effects are fleeting even as the danger for them grows exponentially.

But is it worth it?after the fall of france, Manon, Alex Kovacs and his wife, travel to her home in Lyon to continue the fight they began as espionage agents in Switzerland. Disillusioned by the leaders who ignored so many warnings and allowed France to be steamrollered by the Germans, they form a Resistance cell and sabotage the Nazis wherever they can.

The Lyon Resistance Alex Kovacs thriller series Book 3 - France has been overrun and the Gestapo now controls the country with a sinister terror. The resistance does what it can, at enormous personal risk to its members. If you like the world inhabited by philip kerr’s bernie gunther or the characters created by Alan Furst, a place and time of unfathomable evil where the biggest questions sometimes are forced upon the most ordinary of people, then you’ll love Richard Wake’s new World War II thriller.

Pick up the lyon resistance to travel along on Alex’s latest adventure! .





The Spies of Zurich Alex Kovacs thriller series Book 2

Manor and State, LLC - The problem is that no one in authority seems to want to listen. Two questions hang over everyone: when will hitler’s army turn to the west, and will France be ready?After the fall of Austria and then Czechoslovakia, Alex Kovacs now lives in Zurich. If you like to explore the world inhabited by philip kerr’s bernie gunther or the characters created by Alan Furst, a place and time of unfathomable evil where the biggest questions sometimes are forced upon the most ordinary of people, then you’ll love Richard Wake’s new pre-World War II thriller.

Pick up the spies of zurich to travel along on Alex’s latest adventure! World war ii has started but the main event is still being planned. It is 1939 and Germany has invaded Poland. He is a banker and he is in love – but he hasn’t left the spy business behind, not completely. Frustrated but also determined, Alex fights for a way to get someone to hear him.

The Spies of Zurich Alex Kovacs thriller series Book 2 - The spies of zurich is the second book in the Alex Kovacs historical espionage thriller series. He and his contacts in the espionage community – and Switzerland is a hotbed of spies – think they know what is going to happen, how Hitler will invade and how he will help to fund the endeavor.





ASSIGNMENT: NORWAY Tony Romella USN WWII Series Book 3

- In the fall of 1942, commander tony romella, usn, is sent from London on a covert operation to gather intelligence relative to Hitler's race for a secret weapon to win the war. Deep in the forest of norway, tony leads a team of radio intelligence operators on a harrowing Top Secret mission for the British Special Operations Executive.

The return trip to London is also fraught with danger. Tony then finds that being back in London is no guarantee of safety. Action, political-military drama and his continuing romance make this a very compelling story. He becomes deeply involved in the search for dangerous spies operating in the heart of the Allies' intelligence community.





Vienna at Nightfall Alex Kovacs thriller series Book 1

Manor and State, LLC - What can one man do to make a difference?Alex Kovacs can see what’s coming – he can, all of his friends can, all of Vienna can. But a personal tragedy soon complicates Alex’s mission and entangles him with a suspicious Gestapo captain in ways that he never anticipated. Vienna at nightfall is the first book in the Alex Kovacs historical espionage thriller series.

The nazis are marching, both inside Austria and outside. If you like to explore the world inhabited by philip kerr’s bernie Gunther or the characters created by Alan Furst, a place and time where looming terror and moral ambiguity live side-by-side, then you’ll love Richard Wake’s new pre-World War II thriller.

Vienna at Nightfall Alex Kovacs thriller series Book 1 - Pick up vienna at Nightfall to discover this exciting new series today! It is the late 1930s in Europe and the darkness is gathering. When an opportunity presents itself, a chance to thwart the Nazi invasion of Austria, he agrees to join an espionage network that will take advantage of his regular business trips to Germany to gather secret information.





The Berlin Spies: the brilliant Second World War and Cold War thriller for fans of John le Carré

Studio 28 - Praise for alex gerlis:‘Superb read from a fast-maturing master of World War Two spy thrillers. Amazing plot that keeps the tension to the last page… One of the best spy novels I have read. A captivating read. I’ve enjoyed all three books by this author… Loved it, and can’t wait for his next novel.

’. The thrilling new novel with an astonishing twist from Alex Gerlis, the acclaimed author of The Best of Our Spies, The Swiss Spy and Vienna Spies. Did you fight in the war?’‘Yes, if fighting is the correct word. And which side were you on?’‘The same side as you, I suppose. The same side as me? even now I’m not sure which side I was on.

The Berlin Spies: the brilliant Second World War and Cold War thriller for fans of John le Carré - In the dying days of the second World War, a group of Nazis frantically plot the next steps for their country. Ss recruits gather east of Berlin to be trained for an audacious yet ill-fated mission to bring about a Fourth Reich. Three decades later, a young British diplomat in East Berlin is compromised after falling into a honey-trap.

Edgar is drawn into an unlikely alliance with an old adversary, Viktor, the veteran Russian spymaster. Can they ever trust one another?the pair are drawn into a world of Nazi war criminals and sympathisers in Britain, double agents in the East and West and the rise of the Baader Meinhoff – urban terrorists threatening the West German state as Cold War tensions rise.

He contacts major Edgar, a veteran British spymaster, now living in retirement.





Lions of the Desert: A True Story of WWII Heroes in North Africa World War Two Series Book 4

Mount Sopris Publishing - Sansom, the notorious german spy of operation condor whose real story is finally told; and Colonel Bonner Fellers, head of the British Field Security unit that hunted down Axis spies and pro-German Egyptian nationalists operating in Cairo; Johannes Eppler, the U. S. Military attaché in cairo, who was privy to Allied secrets in the North African theater and inadvertently played an important role in intelligence-gathering activities for both sides in the campaign.

Fans of beneath a scarlet sky,  the english patient, eye of the needle will enjoy this timeless tale of WWII espionage, and the WWII novels of Ken Follett The Key to Rebecca, romance, Jackdaws, and derring-do in the North African desert--with the knowledge that this is how it all really happened.

Lions of the Desert: A True Story of WWII Heroes in North Africa World War Two Series Book 4 - Lions of the desert is the true story of the wwii 1941-1942 desert war in north Africa and Operation Condor, historians, a story that has captivated the minds of authors, and filmmakers for three-quarters of a century. The story is told through the eyes of six legendary historical figures that lived through the epic events: scottish colonel david stirling, a brigade of eccentric desert commandos that raided Axis airfields and supply lines; German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, leader of the Special Air Service, the famous belly dancer, commander of the vaunted Africa Corps, who very nearly succeeded in driving the British out of Egypt; Egyptian Hekmat Fahmy, regarded as a Mata-Hari-like German agent in previous accounts but in fact a far more intriguing and ambiguous character in real life; Major A.





PARIS INFORMATION: A Novel of Spies

- Then, an improbable chance for escape when an American she thought lost in the fog of war returns to Paris in a desperate bid to get a German defector out of France to London. With taut prose and twists of plot in the tradition of John Le Carré and Alan Furst, Paris Information lays bare the conflict of war in the murky and deadly world of international espionage.

. Paris – once city of light now shuttered and dark under Nazi occupation – breeds deception and betrayal. Into this lethal world, a young teacher struggles to protect her students at an unbearable cost of brutality and sexual submission. In this toxic web of uncertainty, where information is as valuable as money and as dangerous as any weapon, they find themselves torn between impossible choices where the only certainty is loss.

PARIS INFORMATION: A Novel of Spies - Paris information draws its characters from the safe haven of American isolationism and the stark reality of Nazi-dominated Europe.





Hunting Aquila: An intriguing debut spy drama, set during World War 2, with a twist

- During world war 2, churchill stumbles across a leak of vital information from the UK to the enemy and calls in Commander Jonathan Porritt to catch the mole. Can porritt use his special branch teams in glasgow, yorkshire, London and Belfast to rescue Jane and smash the undercover spy organisation before Churchill’s invasion plans get leaked?This deftly plotted, action-packed spy thriller is full of twists and turns.

Porritt has no leads until jane, a young British translator, unwittingly gets caught up with a German spy trying to flee the country. Carefully weaving fact and fiction, it provides powerful and intriguing lessons that still apply in today’s changing world.





The Berlin Tunnel--A Cold War Thriller

Acorn Publishing - Only those involved in its construction can be allowed to know of the existence of the tunnel. Suddenly, in 1956 the tunnel was “discovered” by the Russians, denying the allies this exceptionally valuable intelligence source. This novel, the berlin tunnel is a fictional account of how a second tunnel might have been built between East and West Berlin.

At all costs, knowledge that the tunnel is being built must be hidden from the Russian KGB and the East German Stasi as well as our closest allies—the British and French. It is spy verses spy as the dreaded east German Secret Police—the Stasi use every means possible to determine what Robert and his construction crew are doing in Berlin.

The Berlin Tunnel--A Cold War Thriller - It is a thriller which takes the reader into the super-secret world that the author occupied fifty years ago. A few months later, the world held its collective breath when the Berlin Crisis occurs—High Noon at Checkpoint Charlie—the only time in the Cold War when Russian and American tanks faced each other.

During the cold war, a more monumental effort was made by America and her allies to intercept and exploit Russian and communist countries communications. First, the wall is closed, trapping 19 million East Germans including Anna’s entire family behind the Iron Curtain. The knowledge gained from this source will help America’s leaders to manage an imminent confrontation between the East and West over Berlin, perhaps even prevent World War III.

. Every scene in The Berlin Tunnel could have happened.