Brilliant! An exciting, superbly researched and very feasible story obviously wellresearched. Brian Gooderham
Bought this on my kindle from a recommendation on another purchase. Read in 1 sitting coming back on the train from Glasgow and what afascinating & cracking storyline. Historically accurate &factually correct this is nevertheless a novel - or is it?? I found itvery well structured, well written & totally engrossing. Thoroughlyrecommended. Boristhedisco
This debut novel is so well crafted that I began to doubt that it isfiction. It is clear that a great deal of research was undertaken tocreate this work and the authors grasp of that part of history, and themain players involved, is highly informative, regardless of what reallyhappened. If this is a debut novel I look forward to the follow up. Skytriker
Neeson provides a superb recreation of the dark days of 1940 whenBritain stood alone following her defeat at Dunkirk. But the novel isn't just a history lesson;it is a gripping thriller which I found difficult to put down. Garry Owens
About the Author
As Neeson researched the story, reading the histories, biographies and cabinet papers from the period, it became clear that there might be more to Churchill's words than meets the eye. What began as a short story began to gather legs as he discovered many half-hidden facts and even more innuendo.
Visiting the sites and sailing the waters helped add context, and even more so, atmosphere.
Neeson remains fascinated by the period and its intrigues. With the final British files on the Second World War not due for release until 2017, he is convinced that there is more to be told.
Find out more on www.bernardneeson.com