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The Day of the Lie

William Brodrick

From the international bestseller and winner of the prestigious Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger comes William Brodrick's most suspenseful book to date - an unforgettable tale of love, death, and redemption. In present-day Cambridge Father Anselm, a brilliant Gilbertine monk, receives a visit from an old friend with a dangerous story to tell - the story of a woman betrayed by someone close to her… someone still unknown. As a young woman, Roza Mojeska was part of an underground resistance group in Communist Poland. But after her arrest, a Stasi officer makes her a devil's bargain - and a terrible choice is made. Now, fifty years later, Anselm is called upon to investigate both Roza's story and a mystery dating back to the early 1980s. As he peels back years of history, he exposes a truth that an entire generation was killed to keep hidden.

From the international bestseller and winner of the prestigious Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger comes William Brodrick's most suspenseful book to date - an unforgettable tale of love, death, and redemption. In present-day Cambridge Father Anselm, a brilliant Gilbertine monk, receives a visit from an old friend with a dangerous story to tell - the story of a woman betrayed by someone close to her… someone still unknown. As a young woman, Roza Mojeska was part of an underground resistance group in Communist Poland. But after her arrest, a Stasi officer makes her a devil's bargain - and a terrible choice is made. Now, fifty years later, Anselm is called upon to investigate both Roza's story and a mystery dating back to the early 1980s. As he peels back years of history, he exposes a truth that an entire generation was killed to keep hidden.
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From the international bestseller and winner of the prestigious Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger comes William Brodrick's most suspenseful book to date - an unforgettable tale of love, death, and redemption. In present-day Cambridge Father Anselm, a brilliant Gilbertine monk, receives a visit from an old friend with a dangerous story to tell - the story of a woman betrayed by someone close to her… someone still unknown. As a young woman, Roza Mojeska was part of an underground resistance group in Communist Poland. But after her arrest, a Stasi officer makes her a devil's bargain - and a terrible choice is made. Now, fifty years later, Anselm is called upon to investigate both Roza's story and a mystery dating back to the early 1980s. As he peels back years of history, he exposes a truth that an entire generation was killed to keep hidden.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Gordon Griffin

Length:

15h 5m