Author: Rebecca Cantrell

Category: Thriller & Suspense

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New York Times bestselling author Rebecca Cantrell's captivating novel, "A Game of Lies" pulls you into the heart-pounding world of espionage and forbidden love amidst the backdrop of the 1936 Berlin Olympics.In the midst of the grandeur and pageantry of the Games, Hannah Vogel poses as sports reporter while operating as a spy. When her mentor dies during the opening ceremonies, Hannah barely escapes with her life. As she searches for his killer and uncovers darker secrets than she'd ever imagined, she finds herself irresistibly drawn to her enigmatic contact. Their connection blurs the line between duty and desire, as they navigate a world growing ever darker.Prepare to be captivated by Cantrell's immersive storytelling as she delves deep into the world of espionage, where loyalty is tested, alliances crumble, and the stakes couldn't be higher. "A Game of Lies" is a thrilling historical adventure that will leave you breathless, reminding us of the indomitable spirit of those who risked everything for love and freedom in a world on the brink.Praise for A Game of Lies:“Set during the 1936 Berlin Olympics, this chillingly realistic novel (the third in a series) stars the alluring and brave Hannah Vogel. Posing as a reporter named Adelheid Zinsli and as the lover of her co-conspirator, SS officer Lars Lang, Hannah is working as a spy for the British doing what she can to expose the Nazis’ heinous plans. When her mentor Peter Weill, another anti-Nazi, dies in her arms at the Olympic Stadium, Hannah must solve his murder and find the package he wanted her to smuggle into Switzerland. There’s so much to love about this novel: the setting, the characters, the sexual tension between Hannah and Lars, the political and personal betrayals and the Nazis’ dastardly attempts to cover up their true intentions regarding Europe’s Jews.” — USA Today“A Game of Lies is magnetic and seductive.” —“The third entry in Cantrell’s award-winning historical series (A Trace of Smoke; A Night of Long Knives) is a fast-paced, action-packed tale set in Berlin during the 1936 Olympic Games…Cantrell’s meticulous research and her vivid characters and strong plot—based on real people and actual events —will have special appeal to fans of historical fiction related to World War II Germany.” — Library Journal“This third Hannah Vogel mystery is fine as a stand-alone, but more enjoyable if you have read the previous books. Cantrell combines interesting characters with period details to create the feel of 1936 Berlin. The shifting allegiances speak of the stress of living in the pressure cooker of a Germany where the Nazis are steadily gaining power.” — RT Book Reviews