Flight from Berlin by David John

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A world-weary English reporter and a maverick American female Olympian find themselves caught in a lethal game between the Gestapo and British Secret Intelligence Service in David John’s spellbinding thriller Flight from Berlin.
While traveling to Berlin on the Hindenburg to cover the 1936 Berlin Olympics, journalist Richard Denham meets socialite Eleanor Emerson, recently expelled from the U.S. swim team.
Richard and Eleanor quickly discover the dark power of Hitler’s propaganda machine. Drawn together by danger and passion, Richard and Eleanor become involved in the high-stakes world of international intrigue must pull off a daring plan to survive the treachery of the Third Reich. But one wrong move could be their last.
Flight from Berlin is a riveting story of love, courage, and betrayal that culminates in a breathtaking race against the forces of evil.


About David John

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David John worked as an in-house lawyer and editor for the British publisher Dorling Kindersley. He lives in London. This is his first novel.
Published July 10, 2012 by Harper. 389 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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David John has a hit with his first novel, FLIGHT FROM BERLIN, whose publication will coincide with the present-day summer Olympic Games this year in London.

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