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A mysterious newcomer seeks to lay old crimes to rest in this gripping new thriller.

When State Trooper Skottie Foster moves back home to rural Kansas with her daughter, she's hoping for a new start. But then a chance encounter on a snowy highway changes everything.

Travis Roan is a Nazi hunter, and he needs her help. Roan suspects this isolated region is home to infamous World War Two villain Rudolph Bormann - and Bormann isn't one to give in without a fight.

As Roan encounters immediate resistance from the deeply suspicious community, it soon becomes clear that Bormann's new life in America is every bit as sinister as his awful past.

Neither Roan nor Foster imagines how dangerous - and how personal - their task will become . . .

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  • Paperback

    9781405922401

    November 14, 2018

    Michael Joseph

    400 pages

    RRP $19.99

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  • Trade Paperback

    9780718189754

    April 2, 2018

    Michael Joseph

    416 pages

    RRP $32.99

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  • The Wolf
    Alex Grecian

    EBook

    9781405922418

    May 17, 2018

    Penguin eBooks

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Extract

AUGUST 1951

He came up from South America by bus. At the border between Mexico and Arizona, he bought a train ticket and rode through the night and well into the next day. A long arc through New Mexico, across the southeast tip of Colorado, and most of the way up through Kansas. He had nothing with him but his clothes and a small overnight bag.

And a new name.

He had been born Rudolph Bormann, but the name on his passport was Rudy Goodman. Rudy. A solid American name.

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