Jack McColl is a part-time spy for the fledgling Secret Service on the eve of the First World War. Caitlin Hanley is a young Irish-American journalist and McColl is captivated. But the pair become involved in a plot that threatens the Empire in its hour of greatest need...
November 1945. John Russell is informed by his old accomplice, Soviet agent Yevgeny Shchepkin, that his masters in Moscow have decided it's time to pay them back for securing his safe exit from Russia. Russell must return to Berlin to become a double agent on Stalin's payroll. Together, he and Shchepkin - who has finally lost his faith in the Soviet utopia - hatch a plan to gain their freedom. Book 5 of the series.
Europe, 1948. The continent is once again divided: into the Soviet-controlled East, and the US-dominated West. John Russell and his old comrade-in-espionage Shchepkin need to find a way out of the dangerous, morally murky world they have both inhabited for far too long. But if they want to escape with their lives, they must uncover a secret so damaging that they can buy safety with their silence... Book 6 of the series.
ONE MAN'S FLAG
Spring 1915: World War One rages across Europe, and the British Empire is assailed on all fronts - domestic and abroad. Amidst this bloodbath of nations, where one man's flag is another man's shroud, Secret Service spy, Jack McColl, is asked to do the impossible: seduce and betray the woman he loves, again. Only this time betrayal is a two-way street...
April, 1945. The Third Reich is on the verge of extinction, and its enemies are already plotting against each other. For journalist John Russell, this has personal importance: his son and girlfriend are trapped in Berlin and only the Soviets can get him in there. But the price of their help will threaten both his and the world's postwar future. Book 4 of the series.
THE RED EAGLES
1945. The Red Army tears through Europe and victory over Hitler seems certain. But from the Kremlin, Stalin worries about a new enemy. When the war is over, how will the Soviet Union protect itself against the Americans? For both, the atom bomb is the answer. And both are willing to sacrifice their best spies to get it.
In July 1939 John Russell returns to Berlin as the newly appointed Central European correspondent of an American newspaper. With his communist past, German son and English-American parentage he's the perfect catch for any of Europe's warring espionage services - and none will take no for an answer. Book 2 of the series.
November 1941. John Russell, one of a handful of much-censored journalists, finds himself pushed into serving as a point of contact between the anti-Nazi Abwehr and American intelligence. But his real work revolves around one crucial question - what fate awaits those Berliner Jews who are now being shipped to the East? Book 3 of the series.