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Atmospheric and tense, with plenty of treachery and a heavy dose of history. What more could you ask for in a thriller? Take a walk on the perilous side and check this one out.

Steve Berry NY Times Bestselling Author

The disappearance in 1942 of a page from a secret document concerning Operation Torch ... drives Dyer's suspenseful espionage thriller ... Jack Higgins fans will find a lot to like.

Publisher's Weekly

Welcome to 1942. Glenn Dyer is your tour guide to the world of spies and betrayal in the lead-up to the Allied Invasion of North Africa. You're in good hands, so settle back and enjoy the fireworks.

James R. Benn, author of The Devouring, A Billy Boyle WWII Mystery

Crisp writing, plot reveals that pop like firecrackers, and cinematic excitement... The Torch Betrayal is the best mix of genre standards from a fresh voice.

Foreword Reviews

The Torch Betrayal is a taut and terrific World War II spy thriller, a deadly cat-and-mouse game through Allied and German back-channels. Glenn Dyer's story keeps the reader on edge from the beginning through the gripping twists and turns, and then to the explosive ending, a tremendously successful tale of suspense.

James Thayer, author of House of Eight Orchids

What sets Dyer's book (The Torch Betrayal) apart from the others in the genre is his unfailing attention to historical detail and great writing.

The BookLife Prize

A classic spy story in the vein of John Le Carré or Daniel Silva.

BlueInk Reviews

A well-crafted espionage tale set during World War II.

Kirkus Reviews

In this highly entertaining tale... Dyer has hit all the notes in the thriller genre.

IndieReader Reviews