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Germany, October 1946.

The Nuremburg war crimes tribunal has just ended.

Major Richard Fortescue, previously part of the British prosecution team, is returning to London when he encounters a young German woman with a dark past.

Against the backdrop of war-devasted Berlin and the continuing search for former Nazis, their brief affair and a mysterious black notebook make them u
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Paperback, 210 pages
Published December 1st 2017 by The Oak House
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Historical fiction at its tantalising best, Edward offers suspense and excitement in a tale of espionage depicting the many strands of human nature - lust and treachery. He provides a genre of literature that is, arguably, comparable to the many great classic works of spy fiction. The Executioner’s House is superbly written.
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Edward was born in London. After gaining a history degree followed by an MPhil at Birkbeck College, London University, he embarked on a career in the British diplomatic service, during which his overseas postings included Washington DC, Berlin, Brussels and the Caribbean. He subsequently advised on foreign ministry reform in post-invasion Iraq, Kosovo and Sierra Leone. More recently, for seven yea ...more

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