Berlin, October 1933. Max Dienst has returned to the city he last knew as a student.
He has been asked to cover the elections to the Reichstag.
A colleague on the paper mentions the case of Geli Raubal, a young singer from Vienna who died in mysterious circumstances in the flat of her uncle.
There is a botched death certificate but is it a hidden murder?
Max thinks he may have a story, her uncle is the leader of a growing political party, a man who seeking to change Germany and Europe.
Her uncle is Adolf Hitler. Berlin is also the city of his youth when he was in love with a young Russian communist and embroiled in all the new ideas of change and idealism.
Ten years later Max is married to Rhiannon and a journalist for a respected newspaper.
Rhiannon works at the British Embassy. She is approached by the mysterious Sid Khan, he may have information that would be useful to her husband.
Max was a member of the communist party in his youth. Max wants to find the truth in a time when everyone has their own version, but are there secrets that are best forgotten?
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 250 pages
- Publisher: Parthian Books
- Publication Date: 06/06/2016
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9781910901502
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