Best of Enemies

by Iain Parke

If you want to solve a crime like Pearl Harbour, there’s only one question to ask. Who benefits?

“States don’t have friends, only interests.”

Prepare to rethink everything you thought you knew about World War Two

1940, Britain’s darkest hour and as young Naval Intelligence officer Tom Belvoir negotiates the hushed corridors of power behind the blackout curtains, he hears the murmured talk of surrender in shadowy corners.

Desperate times call for truly desperate measures, an extreme operation and the ultimate sacrifice, in a plot which will change the course of history.

Now, seventy years later, what secrets are still too dangerous to face the light of day

Fatherland meets Smiley’s world of bureaucracy and deception in a book which will make you question the story you’ve been told.

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