Hearts of Stone

Author(s): Simon Scarrow


A dramatic and atmospheric novel of war, betrayal and friendship against the backdrop of a beautiful Greek island during World War 2 In the early 1930s schoolboys Peter Dorner and Andreas Papandraki became friends while Peter's father worked on an archaeological dig on the Greek island of Lefkas. Years later, at the height of the Second World War, they are fated to meet again. Now, though, Peter is an intelligence officer in the German army, brought in to help suppress the partisans, while Andreas is the leader of the local resistance movement. Peter's knowledge of the island and its people is now a deadly weapon against his old friend, and the many others who made his childhood visit so idyllic. The decisions each man makes will be critical to the destiny of countless men, women and children, as they stand torn between loyalty to each other and loyalty to the country of their birth.


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The Sunday Times bestselling author of THE GLADIATOR and ARENA returns with another unputdownable, thrilling and action-packed adventure.

Simon Scarrow is a Sunday Times No. 1 bestselling author. His bestsellers include his novels featuring Roman soldiers Macro and Cato, most recently THE LEGION and BROTHERS IN BLOOD, as well as SWORD AND SCIMITAR, about the 1565 Siege of Malta, and four novels about the lives of the Duke of Wellington and Napoleon Bonaparte - YOUNG BLOODS, THE GENERALS, FIRE AND SWORD and THE FIELDS OF DEATH. He is the author with T. J. Andrews of the bestselling ARENA, introducing the gladiator hero Pavo, and the INVADER series of novellas. Simon's novels have been published in the USA and in translation all around the world. Find Simon on Facebook at facebook.com/officialsimonscarrow, and on Twitter at @SimonScarrow

General Fields

  • : 9780755380237
  • : Headline Publishing Group
  • : Headline Book Publishing
  • : June 2015
  • : 234mm X 153mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : June 2015
  • : books

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  • : Simon Scarrow
  • : Paperback
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