It is 1943. British SOE agent Captain John Lockhart is in Crete, fighting with the Resistance. Captured by the Germans, Lockhart faces a stark choice, between death and betrayal of his country. Concealing his true motives, Lockhart makes a bargain: in return for the life of his imprisoned wife, he will work with the Germans. When his mission is revealed, Lockhart is stunned. He is to lead a unit of the Waffen SS made up of British fascists and renegades culled from POW camps: the British Free Corps. Lockhart takes command, but he has an audacious plan to free his wife and other innocent victims of the war - whatever the personal cost.
'Guts and glory' Front magazine -- Front magazine 20020901 'Extraordinary... Extremely well written with real depth of character' Bookseller -- Bookseller 20020901 'This brilliantly plotted novel is well researched and impossible to put down...The result is WWII from a fresh perspective' Historical Novels Review -- Historical Novels Review 20021201 'Based on a true story, this classic page-turner revolves around treachery in wartime Britain' Times Play -- Times Play 20020104
About Guy Walters
Guy Walters was a journalist on The Times for many years. He is now writing full-time.
The Traitor by Guy Walters
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