Reviews

  • Justin Richards has reworked an old myth to nightmarish effect. You get the feeling that if the Nazis could have done this, they would. The Suicide Exhibition has a ghastly plausibility.

    Stephen Baxter
  • this promises to be a compelling series

    Daily Mail
  • perfectly captured … a complex spy thriller reminiscent of Operation Mincemeat … or James Bond – if James Bond had aliens in it … a cast of well-developed characters and a good tale, well told

    Starburst magazine
  • Justin Richards brings all his skills as a leading Dr Who writer to this tale of wartime intelligence at odds with some of H.P. Lovecraft’s worst nightmares … Bulldog Drummond meets Luther Arkwright! Here’s a story of World War Two and the Nazi war machine … Justin Richards puts all his usual expertise into this marvellous romp. Everything you would expect of this outstanding tale-spinner!

    Michael Moorcock
  • I enjoyed this book. It combines elements of many genres. Parts of this made me think of Indiana Jones, or possibly the da Vinci Code with a bit of James Bond thrown in while others were much closer to sci-fi. But the overall story is completely original, something I find very refreshing with the amount of books I go through. This book has some degree of sexual tension, but no sex whatsoever, and while there is violence, it does not depend on blood or gore, but rather on actual plot … I believe I will enjoy the next one even more.

    The Bookbag

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