Category Archives: Spy stories

“The Mausoleum” by David Mark – Book Review @severnhouse

“When lightning strikes an ancient crypt, it exposes a devastating wartime secret” Cordelia Hemlock is living in an English village near Hadrian’s Wall named Gilsland. A village which once housed a WWII POW camp. She lives alone in a grand … Continue reading

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“Stasi Child” by David Young

An original and accomplished debut thriller, “Stasi Child” is a compelling police procedural set in 1970s Cold War Germany. Publisher’s blurb:  East Berlin, 1975: When Oberleutnant Karin Müller is called to investigate a girl’s body at the foot of the … Continue reading

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“Coercion” by Tim Tigner

This aptly titled spy thriller is about power and control.  Those who have it,  those who want it, and finally… those who will do ANYTHING to get it.  The ‘anything’ in this case is coercion in it’s true and most … Continue reading

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