The Reinecke Diary

A plot to disrupt the preparations for D Day, the intention to prolong the war in Europe indefinitely.
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A plot to disrupt the preparations for D Day, the intention to prolong the war in Europe indefinitely. One unexpected player stands in the way, a thirteen-year-old boy on a personal mission of vengeance.
Set against the background of the Winter of 1944, a U-boat commander abandoned, stricken with a conscience begins a journey to save himself and his crew from becoming the unwitting participants in a war crime.
In the present day, the discovery of the body of a missing German airman in Welsh woodland, then the revelations of a long forgotten diary leads Erich Barton on a trail of mystery and intrigue, attempting to piece together the sinister series of events, the people, and of murders committed on a night in January 1944, which if revealed could resurrect the spectre of a modern day human nightmare with cataclysmic consequences.
A tale of a boy, two men and a German submarine. A story set in war and peace, of an event which officially never happened…

The story is centred on the North Wales Coast, which usually gets left out during WW2. To think that the Mulberry Harbours were built mainly in North Wales and little is known about it. This story does not address this directly, but the imagination of the writer allows one to imagine what could have happened on the hidden wild coastline of this area. It is a perfect area for skulduggery at sea and this novel raises the subject brilliantly.

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Terence James (Author)

A plot to disrupt the preparations for D Day, the intention to prolong the war in Europe indefinitely.

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