Berlin 1943 Amanda Hamilton, a Scottish photographer and violinist, marries a Nazi Party official and spends ten years in Germany, absorbing a new culture, immersed in one of the most tumultuous periods in human history. Her life takes a turbulent turn in the midst of World War II, when an English spy named Michael York arrives in Berlin and convinces her to betray her adopted country. A favorite of Hitler, admired by Goebbels and Goring, her photographs document life in the upper echelons of the Nazi party, a world that none on earth ever dreamed existed. It was there that Amanda Hamilton, never the author of an evil thought, walked in Satan's shadow."
Review: I loved the last book by this author, so I was very excited to read this one, and it did not disappoint! It's a plot filled with mystery, intrigue and excitement from the very first page that will have you gripped right until the end. Highly recommended.