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Robert Craven Joins Blue Hour Publishing!

Just a quick note to welcome Robert Craven (no relation to the Children’s Newsreader) to the Blue Hour Publishing fold.

There are currently two books available –

Get Lenin

1941, Hitler unleashes Operation Barbarossa, taking the German forces to the outskirts of Moscow. Fearful of Lenin’s mausoleum falling into enemy hands, Stalin orders Lenin to be moved a thousand miles behind the Urals.

Caught up the web of intrigue is beautiful Allied spy Eva Molenaar. She uncovers a plot involving a Hollywood Mogul, Hitler’s propaganda machine and a Nazi spy ring to bring Lenin’s body out of Russia for a propaganda coup. In the hostile wilds of the Soviet Union she meets the German unit tasked with bringing Lenin out of the USSR and a race against the clock ensues….


In this assured and compelling sequel to ‘Get LENIN’, it is 1942, and the Allied intelligence team of Henry Chainbridge, Peter De Witte and Eva Molenaar are tasked by Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden personally with destroying a terrifying new weapon of mass destruction being developed jointly by Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, using Chinese prisoners of war as guinea-pigs before giving it its first full test on the Russian Front.

The weapon, if effective could tilt the war in favor of Nazi Germany and have a wider impact on the outcome of the war. As ever, Eva is the sultry Polish-born spy putting her body on the line at the heart of the enemy, Chainbridge is the reserved master strategist who uncovers a monarchist plot and De Witte is the suave, blind intelligence gatherer in love with Eva Molenaar.

But does she still love him back or has she fallen for an enemy officer?

Find out more here –