The Traitor's Emblem
'Spain's Ken Follett' ups his game further with a breakneck historical thriller.
Gibraltar, 1940. During a horrific storm, a sea captain rescues a group of castaways - and in return is given a strange-looking emblem made of gold and diamonds. Decades later, the captain's son receives a substantial offer for the emblem. He will not sell it, but discovers the astounding story behind this mysterious object . . .
Munich, 1919. Fifteen-year-old Paul Reiner dreams of the heroic father he never knew, who died during the First World War. One night, Paul discovers a secret which turns his world upside down - and from that moment, he sacrifices everything to uncover the truth behind his father's death.
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The Traitor's EmblemUser Review - Barbara Hoffert - Book Verdict
Spanish journalist/novelist Gómez-Jurado is not yet a household name here, though he has received some good reviews and good sales. But his two thrillers, God's Spy and The Moses Expedition, are ... Read full review