Purple Killing

Dr Rachael Benedict is an American historian and a best selling author She has a British connection through her estranged father Saul, an English thriller writer Saul, whose parents were of Anglo German origin, has spent much of his life plotting to expose secrets from World War Two, which are so sensitive they have been subject to an extensive cover up lasting seventyDr Rachael Benedict is an American historian and a best selling author She has a British connection through her estranged father Saul, an English thriller writer Saul, whose parents were of Anglo German origin, has spent much of his life plotting to expose secrets from World War Two, which are so sensitive they have been subject to an extensive cover up lasting seventy years As the time approaches for him to make his move to expose duplicity, murder and lies at the heart of the British State, he seeks Rachael s help This provokes a killing spree as parts of the security services of both Britain and the United States become engaged in the drama, with one side determined to get the secrets out and the other determined to keep them hidden Set equally in the United States and Britain, the narrative grips from the first page, transporting the reader to the heart of government both in Washington and London and on into the darkest corners of the secret states on each side of the Atlantic Rachael battles forward to unearth the truth both from intrigues of the Nazi era, but also within her own family, surviving three attempts on her life, before finally achieving her goal Not only does she expose the truth from history and from her own roots, she has to delve deep into her own emotions to find the truth about herself.
Purple Killing Dr Rachael Benedict is an American historian and a best selling author She has a British connection through her estranged father Saul an English thriller writer Saul whose parents were of Anglo Germ

  • Title: Purple Killing
  • Author: Malcolm Blair-Robinson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. The dark secret that followed us from the twentieth century is about to burst out in the twenty-first. It can no longer be contained. It doesn't matter if governments will fall and heads of state will be replaced. Who cares if two countries that seem to be the best of friends will suddenly start shooting at each other in dark alleys and bedrooms turning their security forces against each other? The sole possessor of this great secret is Saul Benedict, bestselling novelist and son of the woman wh [...]

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