The New York Times No.1 bestseller delivers ‘a scorching read’ (John Grisham). One of the great unsolved mysteries of World War II is – to some people – a secret worth killing for…
The greatest remaining mystery of World War II will be solved…
West Berlin, 1987: Spandau Prison is being torn down. Amongst the rubble, the diary of enigmatic Nazi Rudolph Hess is found, and the secrets it reveals plunge the world into chaos.
The Spandau Diary- what was in it? Why did the secret intelligence agencies of every major power want it? Why was a brave and beautiful woman kidnapped and assaulted to get to it? And why did a chain of deception and violent death lash out across the globe, from survivors of the Nazi past to warriors in the new conflict now about to explode?
Greg Iles is the author of thirteen international bestselling novels, including Turning Angel, True Evil, Third Degree and the New York Times No.1 bestseller The Devil’s Punchbowl.His novels have been made into films, translated into more than twenty languages, and published worldwide in more than thirty-five countries. He lives in Natchez, Mississippi.
Praise for Greg Iles: -
”'A scorching read” - John Grisham
”'Iles is a phenomenal thriller writer” - Independent on Sunday
”'An engrossing page-turning ride” - Jeffery Deaver
”'A rarity. A thriller that really thrills” - Stephen King
”'Alarming, believable, and utterly consuming” - Dan Brown
”'Splendidly creepy … compulsive” - Daily Telegraph
”'An incredible web of intrigue and suspense, an avalanche of action from first page to last” - Clive Cussler