William Kelly Durham lives in Clemson, SC with his wife Yvonne, their daughters Mary Kate, Addison and Callie and their dog, George Marshall. A graduate of Clemson University, Durham served four years in the US Army including assignments in Arizona and Germany before returning to Clemson and entering private business. He is the author of Berlin Calling and The War Widow.
It's 1938. Irish-American Maggie O'Dea is smart, beautiful and she hates the English. She follows her German boyfriend to Berlin, where she lands a job in Hitler's Propaganda Ministry. Erich Greinke is another American in Berlin. His job is to recruit Maggie for his intelligence network. Caught between her conscience and the Gestapo, Maggie walks a deadly tightrope between survival and discovery.
John Petersen is a war-weary lieutenant assigned to guard the highest ranking survivors of Hitler’s Reich at the Nuremberg trials. His job is to keep Hermann Goering alive until he can be tried and hanged. In the course of his duties, Petersen runs into trouble from his mercurial commanding officer, his black-marketeering roommate and the mysterious Lisbeth Bichler who becomes their Hausfrau.