The Reich Device is a fast-action spy thriller with twists and turns that will keep you guessing. A roller coaster ride of tension and intrigue.
This pre-WWII thriller is as stylish read with setting in New York, London, Berlin and South Africa. This book will appeal to fans of historical thrillers and action novels. The Reich Device is for you if like reading novels by authors such as Clive Cussler or Robert Harris (Fatherland, Munich), also Simon Scarrow. If you love the Jack Reacher novels, then you’ll like our hero, Danny Nash of the British Secret Intelligence Service. Nash is a loner who tends to hide his feelings, but he’s resourceful, tenacious and as tough as they come.
Leipzig, May 1933, Professor Gustav Mayer makes a monumental discovery, but a new menace rises in Germany…
Mayer is hunted by ruthless killers from the newly formed SS, but who is the grey man? Assassin or protector? A trail of espionage leads from Berlin to New York, Cairo, and then to London. What are German spies doing in South Africa? What does this have to do with big American corporations? A showdown in the swamp-forests of Zululand gives Germany the upper hand. But the game is not over until the last man is standing – assassins on both sides have men to kill.
This is the first Danny Nash novel by the internationally respected scientist, and author, Richard Handy. His expert knowledge on the dangers of new technology and detailed research on the alternative history brings a realism to fiction that is hard to beat.
This is what readers are saying about The Reich Device:
‘A rollicking spy thriller…’
‘Driven by terrifically paced and visceral action, it is a compelling and stylish read…’
‘Handy is a formidably capable action writer…’
‘A roller coaster ride of tension…’
‘The twists and turns of the plot kept me hooked all the way to the end.’
‘A real page turner… cleverly written.’
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