James R. Benn Reviews

Writing the Billy Boyle World War II mystery series (released by the terrific folks at Soho Press) has attracted me a massive quantity of joy. Hear their own stories, opinions, and above all, their responses and I've gotten to meet people in person and internet.

Along with this Billy Boyle show, two stand-alone books have been printed by E-Reads. Ground is a WWII thriller in the tradition of Jack Higgins, also Souvenir is a exploration of identity memory, sorrow and loss during the life span of a veteran of the Second World War.

My idea to get a historical mystery series set inside the Allied High Command during the Second World War started with the first title, Billy Boyle, that Occurs at England and Norway in 1942. First Wave, the next, carries on a few months after during the Allied invasion of French Northwest Africa. The Blood Alone continues the story through the invasion of Sicily. In the next installment, Evil For Evil, '' Billy Boyle voyages into his native Ireland. The fifth book in the series deals with the Poles in exile in England along with Polish Officers' Katyn Massacre by the Soviets, and also the war, notably Polish-Americans influenced. It's titled Rag and Bone (from the Yeats poem).

Number 6, titled A Mortal Terror, is put in southern Italy and within the Anzio Beachhead, in which Billy paths the Red Heart Killer, who's targeting officers of increasingly senior rank. Mortal terror refers to fight the terrible effects of exposure and fatigue in the mountains to the not battle but also the rigors of winter.

Death's Door (#7) requires Billy into busy Rome, to investigate the murder of an American monsignor over the walls of the impartial Vatican City. In the 8th installation, A Blind Goddess, Billy is back in England prior to D-Day and also working to clean a GI of murder

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