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

We use cookies on this site to enable certain parts of the site to function and to collect information about your use of the site so that we can improve our visitors’ experience.

For more on our cookies and changing your settings click here


Strictly Necessary


Analytics


Preferences & Features


Targeting / Advertising