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Zero Hour Trilogy: Double Trouble: (2)

Rob Lofthouse

2 Reviews

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Fiction, Thriller / suspense, Adventure, War & combat fiction, Historical fiction

As the Allied invasion falters, it falls to Robbie Stokes to take a bridge too far

Double Trouble is the sensational, breathless sequel to Deep Trouble and tells the story of one of the most famous operations of the Second World War: 50,000 airborne troops, nine days of fierce fighting, one bridge too far.

September, 1944 - Just three months after D-Day and the Allied invasion is getting bogged down in France. The commanders need a change of tactics. Cue Operation Market Garden - the largest and most audacious airborne raid of the war.

Fresh from D-Day, Robbie Stokes finds himself drafted into an airborne division and landing in occupied Netherlands. Greeted by a hail of German flak and bullets it quickly becomes clear that the operation is not the surprise it should be. Battle-hardened in Normandy, Robbie finds himself forced to take a leading role as he and his platoon try and break through to Arnhem Bridge.

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Praise for Zero Hour Trilogy: Double Trouble: (2)

  • Robert Lofthouse writes with passion and a compelling eye for detail which is informed by his family connection with the operation

  • Five Stars - Praise for A Cold Night in June

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Rob Lofthouse

Robert Lofthouse was born in Twickenham and joined his local county infantry regiment (1 PWRR) straight from school at the age of sixteen. After serving 20 years, having served in Poland, Germany, Kenya, Canada, Falkland Islands, Iraq, Northern Ireland, and Kosovo, he retired in the rank of Sergeant.
He now works as a defence consultant and lives in Portsmouth with his wife and three children.

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