It was November 1943 and a German Heinkel bomber limped over the Irish coastline. In high winds the pilots struggled valiantly to control the badly damaged plane but it was futile. Just as the plane crashed down onto Irish soil, a terrified Karl Muller looked back at the wooden box emblazoned with a swastika that was strapped down in the rear and wondered was it worth it?
John Morgan is an everyday Irish guy in his early thirties, who is has just lost his fiancée in a tragic accident. Unable to cope with her death, he leaves their Dublin house to stay in his aunt’s holiday home in County Wexford to give himself the opportunity to re-build his life. In this idyllic seaside setting, not only does he find the peace that he is desperately seeking, he also finds new friends in the Muller’s, the larger than life family who own the local hotel.
But one weekend all of their lives get turned upside down as Muller’s past finally catches up with him in the most violent way possible. With the lives of Karl Muller’s granddaughter and great grandson at risk from modern day neo-Nazi’s they call on the only person that they trust to save them. But is Morgan already sixty years too late?
The first in a thrilling new series of novels – Under An Irish Sky introduces John Morgan a new hero to thrill readers of all ages