Jack Grimwood

Nightfall Berlin
  • Nightfall Berlin

  • Jack Grimwood

    'Note-perfect, multi-layered, rugged as a T-34 tank. Grimwood is about to become your new favourite thriller writer' Independent
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    1986, the Cold War is thawing . . .

    But not for British intelligence officer Major Tom Fox. Smuggled into East Berlin, Fox's orders are clear: repatriate a remorseful defector. They are less clear over what to do when his mission is compromised.

    Trapped in East Berlin, hunted by an army of Stasi agents and wanted for murder on both sides of the Wall, Fox must stay free and get out alive.

    To do both he must discover who sabotaged his mission - and why . . .
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    'A fine book for those who enjoy vintage Le Carre' Ian Rankin

    'The new Le Carre . . . an absolutely brilliant page turner . . . if you love thrillers, Jack Grimwood is a name you need to remember' BBC Radio 2 The Sara Cox Show

    'Thriller of the summer. A dark, twisty tale of Cold War conflict' i paper

    'The rejuvenation of the espionage thriller continues apace' Guardian

Jack Grimwood, a.k.a Jon Courtenay Grimwood, was born in Malta and christened in the upturned bell of a ship. He grew up in the Far East, Britain and Scandinavia. Apart from novels, he writes for national newspapers including The Times, Telegraph, Independent and Guardian. Jon is two-time winner of the BSFA Award for Best Novel, first with Felaheen, and then End of the World Blues. His literary novel, The Last Banquet, published under the name Jonathan Grimwood, was shortlisted for Le Prix Montesquieu 2015. His work has been translated into fifteen languages. He is married to the journalist and novelist Sam Baker. Nightfall Berlin is his second thriller. jackgrimwood.com jonathangrimwood.com j-cg.co.uk @joncg