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1943: World War II is raging in Europe. Kurt Muller is living in London. While working for British Intelligence, he discovers a photograph of his girlfriend, Gudrun, among the possessions of a German agent. Then he gets a postcard from Gudrun, posted in Germany, and he knows the Gestapo has taken her...

©2015 JJ Toner (P)2017 Tantor

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  • 05-04-2018

Another provocative thriller from JJ Toner

Another provocative thriller from JJ Toner. Continuing the adventures of Kurt Muller, A Postcard from Hamburg explores both physical and psychological effects of war.

From the flattening of Hamburg to the individual choices that result in lives and souls changed or lost, this novel kept me gripped while listening, and thinking about the character’s situation ever since – which I’m sure will continue for some time.

Has the human race learned anything from history? After listening to this, I’m really not sure that we have. A must read.

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