Last Flight to Stalingrad is the fifth novel in the Spoils of War series. It features a maverick Georgian journalist, Mikhail Magalashvili, who’s arrived in Berlin and relaunched himself as Werner Nehmann. He catches the eye of Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels, who senses a kindred spirit. Like Goeb
Life is dangerous. No one survives it. Enora Andressen makes a series of mind-blowing discoveries when her friend disappears in this compelling thriller set in an idyllic Devon town.
Carrie Tollman awakes in the middle of the night with an intruder gazing down at her. He’s young. He seems crazy. He tells her he’s killed before and he’ll kill again. One word about what’s happened, and he’ll be back. Carrie is one of two carers looking after Enora Andressen’s favorite scriptwriter.
Malo is in trouble again. Enora Andressen’s wayward son has received a ransom demand for the return of his girlfriend, the daughter of a wealthy Colombian business tycoon. But how far can a mother trust her son? And where does Clemmie’s disappearance fit in the murderous world of cocaine dealing?
The war in the West is as good as won. Nation after nation has fallen before the Reich's armies. Only Britain endures, her cities under nightly bombardment from the Luftwaffe.