The Spectator reviews End Games in Bordeaux by Allan Massie

Endgames‘In a recent book review, the historian Norman Stone wrote: “Maybe the Second World War can now be left to novelists.” Perhaps he was thinking of Allan Massie’s 1989 masterpiece A Question of Loyalties, an utterly convincing portrayal of a man making all the wrong choices for the noblest reasons in Vichy France. It’s such fertile territory that Massie has returned to it for a quartet of detective novels set in Occupied Bordeaux… Finishing Massie’s Bordeaux Quartet, it’s hard to imagine how any work of history could give one a better understanding of the complexities of Occupied France’

The Spectator reviews End Games in Bordeaux by Allan Massie. Read the full review here and get your copy of the book here today!