John M. Bushby
ALLIANCES AND BETRAYALS, POWER AND PRESTIGE PLAY OUT ACROSS THE GLOBE IN JOHN BUSHBY’S NOVELS.
The period between the last century’s two world wars was the crucible from which our present world was forged. Faced with fascist aggression, men and women faced tough choices in the wake of the First World War. These men and women find themselves inevitably drawn into the human dramas that the impending world cataclysm will spawn.
Books by John M Bushby
About John M. Bushby
Author John Bushby was introduced to the film noir genre while in grade school. From watching grainy black and white films on an antique Philco television he began to satiate his taste for the genre by reading everything he could find. Dashiell Hamett, Eric Ambler, Le Carre, Len Deighton, Sax Rohmer, Alan Furst, Philip Kerr and David Downing all have shown him the way of the craft. Bushby has drawn on the experience of over thirty years of global business experience, traveling in and out of Europe and Asia to set the background for his books. Learn more about John M. Bushby.
About Harry Braham
Harry Braham brings the skill and talents of an air ace to battle with Bolsheviks and Fascists in post-World War I Europe. America had a rough lesson in realpolitik when it entered the Great War in 1917. Read more about Harry Braham