Hermann Goering, prisoner 31G350013, died leaving a seemingly innocent document on his deathbed. Decades later these same papers unleash a deadly battle amongst those determined to rekindle the flame that Nuremberg had extinguished. And at the heart of this battle is crime reporter Harry Henron – a man who had not even heard of the Goering Testament but was soon to learn all about it… “REVIEW: ‘Tantalising…horribly chilling’ (The Sunday Times) “REVIEW: ‘Neo-Nazi revival, espionage, Third Reich souvenir pedlars, deranged war heroes, cynical spymasters…expertly handled entertainment full of reminders that the line between the familiar and the menacing is uncomfortably thin’ (The Guardian) AUTHBIO: With his background both as a military correspondent during the Cold War and as a crime reporter in Fleet Street, George Markstein was perfectly placed to write spy thrillers. His first book, The Cooler, sold over two hundred thousand copies and all his subsequent books were extremely popular and well received. On one occasion he departed from espionage fiction to write a historical novel, Tara Kane.