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Rooms in the City (Paperback)

Historical Fiction

Imprint: Arden
Pages: 250
ISBN: 9781925984552
Published: 31st July 2020

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Keys to the past; Gallipoli reimagined.

 

Athens, November 1915. A city buffeted by the chaos of the war, a city swarming with spies and opportunists.

 

When a British counter espionage unit is contacted by a man from Smyrna, it seems that a bold new plan is afoot to cut through the Turkish defences at nearby Gallipoli …. until the finding of the man’s body in a room set aside for the meeting.

 

An Australian-born agent Robert Kaub is drawn into the investigation, and is soon forced to confront memories of love and betrayal in pre-war Athens.

 

An ominous note, an old coin from Ephesus, cryptic cables – Robert’s discoveries bring him eventually to a place where things could go either way for the Allied cause.

 

Aegean battlefields. A besieged city. Deaths foretold. These are mirrored in a mystery shaped by the ill-fated attempt to capture Constantinople, a story tinted by the truths and untruths of war, a tragic tale akin to myth.

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