Stettin Station

Stettin Station

Title:Stettin Station
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781905847815
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:320 pages

In the fall of 1941, Anglo-American journalist John Russell is still living in Berlin, tied to the increasingly alien city by his love for two Berliners: his fourteen-year-old son, Paul, and his longtime girlfriend, Effi. Forced to work for both Germ...


    Stettin Station Reviews

  • G.J.

    Another good one in the series ! This is the third, I found it very detiled and enjoyed the ongoing story of John Russell....

  • Eric_W

    I must say I have enjoyed this series (which I recommend reading in order) so far. This is the third and continues an examination of Germany during World War II as seen through the eyes of Russell, an...

  • Jaksen

    Love this series.But in many ways it's often hard to read - so many characters! So many Nazis! Even so many of the good guys. (I made a cue card-thing for the first book and still refer to it, though ...

  • Garry

    For those looking for a detailed and evocative description of wartime Berlin, it would be hard to find a better way of getting insight into this time and period. For those looking for a tight and taut...

  • Andy

    It’s now 1941 in this series & set a few weeks before Pearl Harbour & America’s belated entry (again) into another world war. A lot of the book is dedicated to the effect of the war on the Eastern...

  • Elaine Tomasso

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book - plot wise not a lot really happens but the atmosphere of suspicion and fear is pervasive and you live the adventure with John and Effi. It is also very informative on ...

  • Speesh

    It must be hard to write any kind of book, fiction or non fiction, set in or around Germany during the Second World War and not at some point come up against the situation of whether 'they’ knew abo...

  • Magdelanye

    Why, she wondered, would anyone sane start a war? p250The short answer is that war is by definition legislated insanity.Over the course of this 3rd volume in the series DD ups the ante as he traces th...

  • David Highton

    The third in the series of a journalist with an American passport living in Berlin during the war - this is now late 1941 and the deterioration of American-Japanese relationships increases the potenti...

  • italiandiabolik

    Another epic adventure of our dearest John Russell, with lots of coups de théâtre in the plot.I must say the suspence grows page after page, and the last third of the book displays plenty of thrilli...