'This book will hold your attention from start to finish and will leave you thinking about the
futility of war long after you have turned the last page.' Leo Cooper
September 1942: Karl Deichman knows that if he carries out orders to lead a precision bomb attack on the Royal Naval College in Dartmouth he will probably kill his English cousin with whom, long ago, he swore friendship until death.
He also knows that, as a pilot of the German Luftwaffe, he has no choice. The attack must proceed.
Years later, consumed by guilt, Karl returns to England to find out for himself the question that refuses to leave him, 'Did I kill Andrew?'.
His search leads him to Anna, a former secret agent with a score to settle; Robert, a wartime spy who has made his home in Portugal, and Ivo, an ex-RAF Spitfire Pilot, recently escaped from the Communist Regime in Czechoslovakia.
As Karl digs deeper he uncovers the secret of the Dartmouth Conspiracy but tension mounts as he is unwittingly drawn into a potentially lethal trap.
The final piece of the jigsaw finally slots into place in the summer of 2005 when Karl makes his final visit to Dartmouth for the Royal Naval College's centenary celebration and Karl finds peace at last.
Dartmouth Conspiracy is available in Hardback and Kindle format. I have recently (Feb 2012) revised and edited the e-book version of this novel that now includes a new postscriupt "How Much of this Story is True" based on information from readers who have personal experience of the events that drive this story. Click the following links to buy:
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