CODENAME LAZARUS - SYNOPSIS 

             SYNOPSIS

Spring 1938: Great Britain is facing potentially lethal threats: the looming war with Germany; the fear that her Secret Service has been penetrated by Nazi agents and the existence of hundreds of British citizens, who are keen to pass information to her enemies.


John King, a young academic, is approached by his Oxbridge mentor to participate in a stunning decep

tion that would frustrate Britain’s enemies. As King struggles to come to terms with the demands of his mission, he must learn to survive in a dangerous and lonely ‘no man's land’, whilst remaining one step ahead of those in hot pursuit.

Adapted from a true story, ‘Codename Lazarus’ takes the reader on a journey from the dark heart of Hitler’s Germany, across the snowy peaks of Switzerland to the horrors of Dunkirk, the Battle of Britain and the London Blitz, before reaching a thrilling and decisive conclusion, from which none of those present emerges unscathed.

               

     What People Are Saying


“Codename Lazarus is … a lively spy thriller with an excellent political and social history. I have awarded it four and a half stars.”


Whispering Stories Book Blog   Amazon Top 500 Reviewer.                                                                            ****                                                       

“Well written with a good plot. The description of Berlin, the heart of the Third Reich when the Nazis were in their pomp, felt very real… I really enjoyed this book.” Five Stars

A Young - Amazon Reviewer.

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“I thought the plot was well thought out…. And it kept me interested throughout.” Four stars.

Rosie’s Book Review Team Book Bl                                                                        ***

“The book becomes a tight spy thriller toward the end, but it’s much more than that. It’s historical fiction at its best, the kind that is thoroughly researched  and yet filled with fully developed characters through whom I felt I could experience at least some of what it must have been like in England and also Germany from 1933 to 1940.” Five stars


Winifred Morris  Author of Bombed, Living in Suspension and eight other books.