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Ryan offers a penetrating picture of Germany’s experience of the second world war, crammed full of trenchant historical detail. It may be his most accomplished book yet.
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Constant Soldier
 

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William Ryan was called to the English bar after university in Dublin, then worked as a lawyer in the city. His crime novels The Holy Thief, The Bloody Meadow and The Twelfth Department, set in 1930s Stalinist Russia, have been shortlisted for the Theakston's Crime Novel of the Year Award, the CWA New Blood Dagger, the CWA Ellis Peters Historical Dagger, the Irish Fiction Award, and twice for the Ireland AM Irish Crime Novel of the Year Award. His books have been translated into over a dozen languages. William is married and lives in west London. The Constant Soldier is a standalone novel.
 
Published January 1, 2001 by Mantle.
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Reviewed by Barry Forshaw on Aug 12 2016

Ryan offers a penetrating picture of Germany’s experience of the second world war, crammed full of trenchant historical detail. It may be his most accomplished book yet.

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