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  • A masterly exploration of conflicting loyalties set against the 1936 Olympic Games. Sharply characterised, richly atmospheric and completely engrossing.

    JOHN PRESTON, author of THE DIG
  • A darkly compelling novel, powerfully evocative and beautifully written.

    JENNY McCARTNEY, author of the The Ghost Factory
  • A novel rich in historical detail, but wearing its research lightly, and the story is told in a French Lieutenant's Woman kind of way, veering from the present to the past with superb flair. With the rise of the alt right again polluting our democracies, this novel has an uncomfortable prescience, with a plot twist at the end which is ingenious.

    IRISH INDEPENDENT

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