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To Kill the Truth

Sam Bourne

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Thriller / suspense

Taut, authoritative and explosive, TO KILL THE TRUTH takes us to the edge of anarchy, a world without truth in which history will be re-written by those who live to shape it.

THE NEW BLOCKBUSTER THRILLER FROM THE AUTHOR OF TO KILL THE PRESIDENT

Someone is trying to destroy the evidence of history's greatest crimes.

Academics and Holocaust survivors dead in mysterious circumstances. Museums and libraries burning. Digital records and irreplaceable proofs, lost for ever.

Former White House operative Maggie Costello has sworn off politics. But when the Governor of Virginia seeks her help to stop the lethal spiral of killings, she knows that this is bigger than any political game.

As Black Lives Matter protestors clash with slavery deniers, America is on a knife-edge and time is running out. This deadly conspiracy could ignite a new Civil War - but who stands to gain most from the chaos?

Taut, authoritative and explosive, TO KILL THE TRUTH takes us to the edge of anarchy, a world without truth in which history will be rewritten by those who live to shape it.

Praise for Sam Bourne:

'Urgently topical'
The Times

'Propulsive'
Guardian

'A DAY OF THE JACKAL for these dizzying times'
Ian Rankin

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Praise for To Kill the Truth

  • A Day of the Jackal for these dizzying times - Ian Rankin

  • Urgently topical - The Times

  • Read this book - Jeffrey Archer

  • Pacy, engaging and morally serious - Guardian

  • A dazzling thriller - Charles Cumming, author of The Man Between

  • A gripping thriller and a prescient warning - Sunday Times

  • House of Cards mixed with Homeland - Eli Attie, Writer/Producer, The West Wing

  • A barnstorming read - Raymond Khoury, author of The End Game

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Sam Bourne

Sam Bourne is the pseudonym of award-winning journalist and broadcaster Jonathan Freedland, who writes a weekly column for the Guardian and is the presenter of BBC Radio 4's contemporary history series, The Long View. He served for four years as the Guardian's Washington correspondent, covered the 2016 US election campaign and is a widely respected commentator on American affairs.

His previous seven internationally bestselling novels have sold over 2 million copies and been published in over 30 languages.

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