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Immerse yourself in the chilling depths of Nazi Germany's darkest hours with New York Times bestseller Rebecca Cantrell's haunting novel, "A Night of Long Knives."Set against the backdrop of 1934 Berlin, crime reporter Hannah Vogel is thrust into a dangerous game of survival as Hitler's grip on power tightens. In a city seething with fear after a deadly purge, Hannah's search for her missing son leads her into a labyrinth of secrets that extend to the highest levels of the Nazi regime.With time running out and danger lurking at every turn, she must summon all her courage and confront the ghosts of her past to save her lover and her son from a nation that demands their deaths.Prepare to be transported to a world of intrigue, betrayal, and unimaginable courage. Cantrell's gripping historical thriller will leave you breathless, reminding us of the enduring power of hope and the strength of the human spirit even in the face of unspeakable evil.Praise for the novel:“Cantrell knows suspense, and in Hannah Vogel she has created a compelling character. The first person narration draws you right into the action, and pairing that with graphic, visceral descriptions makes this book a hard one to put down…emphasizes the chilling dehumanization of the Third Reich.” — Susan Engberg at Bust“A Night of Long Knives, Rebecca Cantrell’s second novel featuring journalist Hannah Vogel, again flawlessly captures Germany’s descent into darkness under growing Nazi power. Can Hannah survive—and can she protect her adopted son Anton from his murderous Nazi father, Ernst Röhm?” — jewishjournal.com“Rebecca Cantrell has written another exciting thriller and with Hannah Vogel’s sometimes frenetic first person narrative she gives the reader a feeling of what it must have been like to be in Germany during those terrible years. She has cleverly blended her fictional story in with real life events and real life characters, such as British journalist Sefton Delmer, while cleverly imparting snippets of information that add to the atmosphere.” — CrimeScraps