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Snake and the Serpent, The

The Snake and the Serpent

Publisher: Clink Street Publishing
Age: Adult
Genre: Historical Fiction
Sub Genre: Action · Adventure · Historical Fiction · Political Thriller · Psychological · Suspense · Thriller · War
Language: English
Key Phrases: Female-led adventure · German resistance · spies · World War two
“I really, really struggled with this book. I struggled to put it down. I struggled to stop thinking about it. I struggled to stop talking about it, it was that good! ……. this story was immensely addictive, entertaining and contained intrigue from page one….. Short concise chapters ensured the utmost continuity between scenes and flowed exactly as a movie would. This for me was the addiction to the book and it made it very hard to find a decent stopping place when so much was going on! A first class historical fiction story which I highly recommend if the premise is for you, written by a very talented and intelligent author I hope to read more from.”
– Miriam Smith – Instagram Review @miriamsmith45
Two sisters, Two sides, One War

The year is 1940, the Holocaust is about to begin. England and Germany are at war, and families are ripped apart. Rudolf Hess is formulating a plan to broker peace with England, and all is not as it seems.

Natasha and Michele are sisters on opposite sides in the war. Having been separated for a decade, the two sisters have forged very different lives. Natasha is a Nazi interrogator and Michele is the head of the resistance.

Is Munich big enough for both of them, or will things change forever with the mysterious Rudolf Hess and his secret mission?

Experience a thrilling tale of war, politics and family conflict in ‘the Snake and the Serpent’. Follow Natasha and Michele as they each manoeuvre through a deadly society.

Like the game of chess, each move has an effect, but can this game ever have a winner?

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