Last Man to Die
In the final weeks of the Second World War, a German POW holds the secret that will decide the fate of post-war Europe in this compelling novel by the author of House of Cards. Peter Hencke avoids British capture and heads for Berlin, but his trump card could spell the end of the Third Reich.
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