We’re very excited to be able to bring you an exclusive box of Simon Scarrow’s latest work before it gets released to the public in March 2021, with the pre-publication of his new book The Blackout!
With this special one-off box, you will receive a prelease of Simon Scarrow’s new title The Blackout, a pack of tea, coffee or hot chocolate, biscuits, The Blackout bookmark along with a reading light and chocolates.
You’ll want to keep the lights on with this box!
All this for a special price of £14.99 with FREE UK Delivery! A special one off limited edition box, when it’s gone, it’s gone!
REVIEW OF THE BLACKOUT by Simon Scarrow
THE STUNNING SECOND WORLD WAR THRILLER FROM THE CELEBRATED SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR SIMON SCARROW
‘Taut and chilling – I was completely gripped’ Anthony Horowitz
‘A wonderfully compelling thriller, reeking of authenticity, and a terrific depiction of the human world within the chilling world of the Third Reich’ Peter James
‘Pivotal moments in history; utterly authentic characters; a gripping plot. The perfect way to bring history alive’ Damien Lewis
Berlin, December 1939
As Germany goes to war, the Nazis tighten their terrifying grip. Paranoia in the capital is intensified by a rigidly enforced blackout that plunges the city into oppressive darkness every night, as the bleak winter sun sets.
When a young woman is found brutally murdered, Criminal Inspector Horst Schenke is under immense pressure to solve the case, swiftly. Treated with suspicion by his superiors for his failure to join the Nazi Party, Schenke walks a perilous line – for disloyalty is a death sentence.
The discovery of a second victim confirms Schenke’s worst fears. He must uncover the truth before evil strikes again.
As the investigation takes him closer to the sinister heart of the regime, Schenke realises there is danger everywhere – and the warring factions of the Reich can be as deadly as a killer stalking the streets . . .
‘Scarrow has created a character who’s a more than worthy successor to Philip Kerr’s Bernie Gunther. Blackout is a gripping, terrifying read . . . historical crime fiction at its finest’ David Young