Flight from Berlin (Hardcover)
Harper, 9780062091567, 372pp.
Publication Date: July 10, 2012
A world-weary English reporter and a maverick American female Olympian find themselves caught in a lethal game between the Gestapo and British Secret Intelligence Service in David John's spellbinding thriller Flight from Berlin.
While traveling to Berlin on the Hindenburg to cover the 1936 Berlin Olympics, journalist Richard Denham meets socialite Eleanor Emerson, recently expelled from the U.S. swim team.
Richard and Eleanor quickly discover the dark power of Hitler's propaganda machine. Drawn together by danger and passion, Richard and Eleanor become involved in the high-stakes world of international intrigue must pull off a daring plan to survive the treachery of the Third Reich. But one wrong move could be their last.
Flight from Berlin is a riveting story of love, courage, and betrayal that culminates in a breathtaking race against the forces of evil.
Praise For Flight from Berlin…
“A stunning example of its genre. The characters are fully realized, the plots twist and turn, the pages flip at lightning speed. Lovers of historical thrillers, World War II stories, athletic history, and espionage novels will be mesmerized by this offering.”
-Library Journal (starred review)
“Featuring many real-life characters. . . this book should do the trick for anyone who likes historical thrillers.”