From the author of An Officer and a Spy comes Munich yet another wonderful piece of historical fiction. This is a fictional spy thriller within the real setting of the Munich Conference in September 1938.
I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the writing. I know just enough about this period of history to be dangerous, some of the finer details are not as fresh in my mind. Nonetheless, you do not have to have that much context on the time to enjoy this book. The reality of the time is interwoven with a fictional account that could for all intents and purposes actually have taken place.
I am now wondering how many other books of his I should read considering how much I enjoyed both of these first two that I have read.