A BERNARD SAMSON NOVEL
‘A master of fictional espionage’ Daily Mail
When Bernard Samson is woken in the middle of the night and discovers an injured man on his doorstep, he knows it will only bring trouble. It is the start of a dangerous journey to Zurich, rural Poland and the heart of a mystery that has tormented both him and his wife Fiona since they left East Berlin. Thrown into conflict with his superiors, and forced to question his job and his marriage, Bernard will learn, in the second part of the ‘Faith, Hope and Charity’ trilogy, whether treachery can ever be forgiven.
‘He can still set the nerve ends jangling with a thriller set in the Cold War … his sense of pace is extraordinary, as is his sense of mood’ Sunday Telegraph