'A born storyteller' SUNDAY TELEGRAPH.
Young paratrooper Theo Trickey has had a remarkable war. Boy soldier, commando, intelligence officer – fighting from northern France to the African desert and in the mountains of Italy. He has already done more than should be asked of any man in war.
But D-Day is looming and British intelligence have one more misson for Trickey: to negotiate with his extraordinary old acquaintance, General Erwin Rommel. There are rumours that Germany's greatest general wants to save the Fatherland by any means possible...
The Bridge is the final instalment of Radcliffe's Airborne trilogy which tells the extraordinary story of a young soldier, a new regiment and how, together, they changed the course of a war.
'A rattlingly good yarn, the literary version of a Hollywood blockbuster' New Statesman.
'Radcliffe writes with knowledge and skill... [A] fascinating and convincing novel' The Times.
'A born storyteller' Sunday Telegraph.
'A historical journey with an all-too human edge' Scotsman