Who killed the King's brother?

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OCTOBER, 2021: The new Rory Clements thriller A Prince And A Spy has now been published in the UK by Bonnier Zaffre and in America by Pegasus. You can buy it online or at all good bookshops.

THE STORY: In August 1942, the King's brother, Prince George, is killed in a mysterious plane crash in the far north of Scotland. The official story is that it was an accident, but not everyone is convinced. Cambridge spy Tom Wilde is sent north to investigate. What he discovers will have grave consequences for the entire world. 

BEHIND THE SCENES: To find out more about Hitler's Secret and the other books in the series, you can join the Rory Clements Readers' Club. Just click on the link at the top right of the page. It costs nothing and there are no catches.

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THE OTHER BOOKS: Rory is also the author of the John Shakespeare series of historical thrillers set in the late Elizabethan era. Both series have been awarded prizes by the Crime Writers' Association  - Revenger in 2010 and Nucleus in 2018 won the coveted Historical Dagger.

'Outstanding writing, riveting plot, vivid characters, taut suspense and plenty of twists...a five-star read.'                                          Starred review, Booklist, U.S.A.


'A captivating historical thriller...an engaging protagonist and a gripping, intelligent storyline confirm Clements' reputation as a master of the wartime spy thriller.'                                                                                             Adam LeBor, Financial Times

'Outstanding...Ken Follett fans will be engrossed.' 

                                                                      Starred review, Publishers Weekly, U.S.A.

'A fast-paced, ever-twisting journey...highly satisfying. Tom Wilde will most certainly be back and I can't wait!'                                      Carolyn Kirby, Historia magazine

'Brutal, menacing, packed with drama and subterfuge.'    Pam Norfolk, Lancashire Post

'Enthralling historical espionage thriller.'               Myles McWeeney, Irish Independent