A brilliant noir thriller set in the darkest days of the Second World War
Ronson delivers a cracking yarn, convincingly told. John Cook is the Jack Reacher of 1940s Britain
A vivid sense of place with tension on every level, The Last Line dripped with historical detail and authenticity. I absolutely loved it
A tough, taut wartime thriller that reads like a cross between Alastair MacLean and Lee Child and atmospherically conjures up the spectre of war, the threat of Nazi invasion and other evils uncomfortably close to home. Dad's Army, it ain't!
Thrilling and intriguing in equal measure. Like Jack Reacher on the Home Front in WWII
The pace is quick and the action keeps coming. With well-chosen prose, the author gives the reader a snapshot of English countryside during wartime, with victory gardens, makeshift landing strips in farmers' fields and railway platforms full of evacuated children. It was a page-turner and I couldn't get enough