Europe at Midnight

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In a fractured Europe, new nations are springing up everywhere, some literally overnight.

For an intelligence officer like Jim, it's a nightmare. Every week or so a friendly power spawns a new and unknown national entity which may or may not be friendly to England's interests. It's hard to keep on top of it all. But things are about to get worse for Jim.

A stabbing on a London bus pitches him into a world where his intelligence service is preparing for war with another universe, and a man has come who may hold the key to unlocking Europe's most jealously-guarded secret...

Nominated for the Arthur C. Clarke and British Science Fiction Awards

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User Review  - jercox - LibraryThing

I enjoyed Europe in Autumn enough to continue the series. This did not feel at all like a sequel to the first for a while, but you eventually see where it fits in. I would say this one is a bit better than the first. Read full review

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User Review  - JohnFair - LibraryThing

When I saw the synopsis for this book , and the others in the series, I was rather worried that it was going to be a political diatribe for/against the unity of Europe (mainly pro United Europe I'd ... Read full review

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About the author (2015)

Dave Hutchinson was born in Sheffield in 1960. After reading American Studies at the University of Nottingham, he became a journalist. He's the author of five collections of short stories and two novels, and his novella The Push was shortlisted for the 2010 BSFA award for short fiction. He has also edited two anthologies and co-edited a third. His short story 'The Incredible Exploding Man' featured in the first Solaris Rising anthology, and was selected for the Year's Best Science Fiction collection. He lives in north London with his wife and several cats.

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