Kyiv (Spoils of War #6) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 6 in the Spoils of War series.
- #1: Finisterre (Spoils of War #1) (Paperback): $15.95
- #2: Aurore (Spoils of War #2) (Paperback): $14.95
- #3: Estocada (Spoils of War #3) (Hardcover): $27.95
- #4: Raid 42 (Spoils of War #4) (Hardcover): $29.95
- #5: Last Flight to Stalingrad (Spoils of War #5) (Paperback): $15.95
- #7: Katastrophe (Spoils of War #7) (Paperback): $16.99
A blockbuster thriller set against one of the most horrific scenes in the Second World War.
"A searing portrait of the Nazi elite as the war turns against them. Raw, shocking and meticulously researched." —Tim Sebastian
On Sunday 22nd June, 1941, at 03.05, three and a half million Axis troops burst into the Soviet Union along a 1,800 mile front to launch Operation Barbarossa. The southern thrust of the attack was aimed at the Caucuses and the oil fields beyond. Kyiv was the biggest city to stand in their way. Within six weeks, the city was under siege. Surrounded by Panzers, bombed and shelled day and night, Soviet Commissar Nikita Krushchev was amongst the senior Soviet officials coordinating the defense. Amid his cadre of trusted personnel is British defector Bella Menzies, once with MI5, now with the NKVD. With the fall of the city inevitable, the Soviets plan a bloody war of terror that will extort a higher toll on the city's inhabitants than the invaders. As the noose tightens, Bella finds herself trapped, hunted by both the Russians and the Germans. As the local saying has it: life is dangerous—no one survives it.
About the Author
Graham Hurley is the author of the acclaimed Faraday and Winter crime novels and an award-winning TV documentary maker. Two of the critically lauded series have been shortlisted for the Theakston’s Old Peculier Award for Best Crime Novel. His thriller Finisterre, set in 1944, was shortlisted for the Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize.
"Compulsively readable. . . . Fans of the late Philip Kerr’s Bernie Gunther series will be enthralled." —Publishers Weekly starred review of Last Flight to Stalingrad