A.W. Hammond’s The Paris Collaborator

Today’s episode features A.W. Hammond discussing his new novel The Paris Collaborator

A.W. Hammond

A.W. Hammond trained and worked as a lawyer before penning his Ned Kelly award nominated novel Blood Witness. Alex is also the author of The Unbroken Line. Today he joins us to discuss his latest novel The Paris Collaborator.

The Paris Collaborator

It’s Paris. August 1944.

Auguste Duchene is renowned for his ability to find missing people. Now he finds himself in an impossible situation; as the Allies close in on Paris Duchene must find a missing priest and a German soldier.

Working both sides against the other he must somehow satisfy two masters to protect his family.

Join me as we discover A.W. Hammond’s The Paris Collaborator

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