by Howard Linskey
Pub Date 6 Jun 2019
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A soldier and a spy, an officer but not quite a gentleman, Captain Harry Walsh is SOE’s secret weapon.
Loathed by his own commanding officer, haunted by the death of his closest friend and trapped in a loveless marriage, Harry Walsh is close to burn out when he is ordered to assassinate the man behind the ME 163 Komet, Hitler’s miracle jet fighter. If Walsh fails, there is no prospect of allied victory in Europe.
Harry Walsh is ruthless, unorthodox and ungentlemanly. He is about to wreak havoc.
Praise for Howard Linskey
[The Drop] 'Linskey delivers a flawless feel for time and place, snappy down to earth dialect dialogue mixed in with unrelenting violence and pace' - Times
[The Damage] 'Vicious, violent and unashamedly amoral' - Daily Mail
[The Dead] 'Linskey's prose crackles and burns and pops off the page' - Caffeine Nights
[The Dead] 'Grittier than a barbecue held during a Saharan sandstorm' - Crime Squad
[Hunting the Hangman] 'Linskey has delivered a superior historical thriller... He is already a rising star of British crime fiction.' - Crime Fiction Lover