Rating: "Das Medallion" tells the tale of a woman looking back into her past, a past with strong ties to Nazi Germany. . "
--Revish, Magazine blog UK
Sometimes a new author emerges onto the writing scene that has the makings of becoming a bestseller. With Das Medallion: "The Locket," Kathryn Scarborough has all the potential to do just that. --Review by Lauren S. Smith... a choice pick for literary fiction readers, recommended. 5 of 5 stars. Mid West Book ReviewsA well-told, well-paced thriller of treachery and remembrance harking back to the grim final years of WWII Germany. Kirkus Discoveries Reviews
From the Author
I am sure you are wondering, 'what's with the; 'this is book II of a trilogy'...well let me explain. Book I, Deception about Margaret's father Ian and his WWII espionage exploits, and the impossible stranger than fiction, real exploits of the double agents of the UK during the war.
All will be explained about Margaret's mother, Elsbet Van Rippenhof, a Nazi propagandist.
When a lot of readers asked, why is Ian the way he is, and what happened to the gold, I knew I'd have to write Ian's story as well as Margaret's, hence Book II came before Book I.
Please forgive, gentle readers.
The baby that's mentioned at the end of Book II will have his own story complete with a
mystery in book III. Will he (or maybe she) find the gold?
As they used to say: Stay tuned to this station and find out what happens during our next exciting episode of Das Medallion (The Locket) trilogy.