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Alexander Lindsay
Robert Hale
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It is a fact not generally known that in 1940 the prime minister secretly arranged for Britain's entire gold reserves to be transported through U-boat-infested waters to America, in five ships. Travis works as a banker and is also a Nazi spy. To uncover details of the shipment he sets out to attract the attentions of Claire, a bank official. When his relationship with the vulnerable Claire becomes more complicated he ends up on the run with knowledge that could win the war for Germany. Can Travis alert Berlin in time to sink the treasure ships? And can Claire find the strength to kill the man she has grown to love? In this taut thriller, Alexander Lindsay combines fact and fiction to devastating effect.

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Alexander Lindsay was born in Ayrshire, Scotland. As an international journalist he has lived and worked in the Middle East, New York, Paris, the UK, Ireland, and the Greek Islands. Based in Belfast, he covered the Northern Ireland conflict as staff correspondent for the Sunday Express, during which time his main claim to fame was being ignominiously blown off the lavatory seat by an IRA bomb at his office. He sustained moderate injuries to his head and major ones to his dignity. He has been a newspaper and magazine editor, national newspaper theater critic, feature writer, and magazine columnist. Some of his assignments included flying as part of a trapeze act, doing battle as a knight of Camelot (Sir Lackalot, the Shortest Knight of the Year) and having an ice cream named after him; Gelato Alexander, a somewhat academic concoction of Gorgonzola cheese and onion.

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World War, 1939-1945 - Fiction.|Suspense fiction.
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