It's 1945. The Red Army tears through Europe towards Berlin, exacting vengeance, while the British and the Americans close in from the west. Victory over Hitler seems certain. But inside the Kremlin, Stalin worries about a new enemy. When the war is over, how will the Soviet Union protect itself against the American behemoth?
Meanwhile Hitler knows he needs a miracle to avoid an humiliating defeat. For both, the atom bomb is the answer....
"In the elite company of literary spy masters Alan Furst and Philip Kerr." (Washington Post)
"A superb sequence of spy novels comes to an end.... Like its predecessors, Masaryk Station offers tight, intelligent plots full of moral ambiguities and a cast of shadowy characters for whom deception is as natural as breathing. The clammy atmosphere of espionage is wonderfully conveyed." (Marcel Berlins in The Times)
"Excellent...Downing's strength is his fleshing out of the tense and often dangerous nature of everyday life in a totalitarian state." (The Times)
"Think Robert Harris and Fatherland mixed with a dash of Le Carré." (Sue Baker, Publishing News)
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