Summary

Berlin, 1938: Newly appointed military attaché Noel Macrae and his extrovert wife, Primrose, arrive at the British embassy. Prime Minister Chamberlain is intent on placating Nazi Germany, but Macrae is less so.
Gathering vital intelligence, Macrae is drawn to Kitty Schmidt's Salon - a Nazi bordello - and its enigmatic Jewish hostess, Sara Sternschein, who is a treasure trove of knowledge about the Nazi hierarchy in a city of lies, spies and secrets. Does she hold the key to thwarting Hitler?
©2016 James MacManus (P)2016 W F Howes Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By michael on 31-07-16

listen of the year

Great story; great narrator not a lot else needs to be said in twenty words...

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5 out of 5 stars
By A. Curtis on 19-01-18

Brink of war masterpiece

This is a truly fantastic book. A gripping story wrapped around the events leading up to the second world war in Nazi Berlin. The characters are very well written. The Berlin of 1939 is so vivid with the writing. Really really worth a listen. Essential for anyone interested in this point in history. As an Englishman, a certain amount of shame also.

Top notch performance from Peter Noble. One of the best books I have downloaded in three years. Five stars.

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