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Liberation Square It S And Soviet Troops Control British Streets After Winning The Second World War After The Disastrous Failure Of D Day, Britain Is Occupied By Nazi Germany, And Only Rescued By Russian Soldiers Arriving From The East And Americans From The West The Two Superpowers Divide The Nation Between Them, A Wall Running Through London Like A ScarOn The Soviet Side Of The Wall, Jane Cawson Calls Into Her Husband S Medical Practice, Hoping To Surprise Him But Instead She Detects The Perfume Worn By His Former Wife, Lorelei, Star Of Propaganda Films For The New Marxist RegimeJane Rushes To Confront Them, But Soon Finds Herself Caught Up In The Glamorous Actress S DeathHer Husband Nick Is Arrested For Murder Desperate To Clear His Name, Jane Must Risk The Attention Of The Brutal Secret Police As She Follows A Trail Of Corruption Right To The Highest Levels Of The State And She Might Find She Never Really Knew Her Husband At All

About the Author: Gareth Rubin

Gareth Rubin is a British journalist and author His journalism covers social affairs, travel, architecture, arts and health His novel Liberation Square is a mystery thriller set in Soviet occupied London.In 2013 he directed a documentary, Images of Bedlam, about the connection between art and mental illness and how art can help people express that which they cannot put into words It was filmed

10 thoughts on “Liberation Square

  1. says:

    Book Reviewed by Stacey on www.whisperingstories.comThe year is 1952 and World War Two ended seven years ago, but not how we remember it In Liberation Square, the British lost the war and now the UK has been split into two sections, the Democratic United Kingdom

  2. says:

    I have always enjoyed alternative histories and this is something a little unusual There are lots of novels where the Germans won the Second World War, but this book takes things in a slightly different direction Imagine the Germans won and were then overthrown by the Rus

  3. says:

    Entertaining alternative Cold War history thrillerGareth Rubin has come up with a fascinating alternative universe where a Nazi occupied UK is liberated by Soviet Russia and the USA , and subsequently divided by the two superpowers in a mirror of East West Germany and East West Be

  4. says:

    Having recently read up on WWII and the roles the Germans, Americans and Soviets, as well as others, played in it, this was the perfect, if terrifying, follow up It is a work of alternative history genius and it s intriguing and quite frightening to read such an intense book based on what

  5. says:

    I have read alternate historical fiction before but never one as convincing or a fascinating as this It takes place in London in 1952 It isn t the London that I normally read about, there is a wall through the middle that separates the Soviet side from the rest of England I spent some time looking

  6. says:

    This book has a fascinating what if alternative history background the UK was occupied by Nazi Germany then liberated by Soviet Russia helped by the Americans, and was divided by the two superpowers by a wall, re positioning the Iron Curtain across the UK Rubin handles this part of his book very well, worki

  7. says:

    Well, here is a frightening scenario.The year is 1952 The setting is London But not the London we all know D Day was an enormous failure and the war was lost The United Kingdom has been divided in two with a wall running through London Jane and her husband Nick live in the Republic, under Russian control Jane suspec

  8. says:

    A fairly intriguing alternate history thriller in which Britain lost WWII to Germany, only then to be liberated by Soviet Russia For a new author, Gareth Rubin does a surprisingly good job at evoking the Orwellian atmosphere of a communist England The thriller aspects were a bit hit and miss I felt there could have been act

  9. says:

    This was mostly a DNF I sped through a bunch of it to find if it got any better but it didn t seem to I was quite excited to read about an alternate history of London being divided by an iron curtain but it was really just a geographical shift of the real history than anything novel Mostly what ruined it for me was too much pining o

  10. says:

    My thanks to Penguin Random House Michael Joseph for an eARC via NetGalley of Gareth Rubin s debut novel Liberation Square in exchange for an honest review I quickly found myself totally caught up in the story and so opted to buy its Audible edition narrated by Nicola Walker and Gareth Rubin to combine listening with my reading I am always in

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