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Murray Davies is a Welsh author and journalist. Murray Davies was born into a mining family in South Wales. He won a scholarship to UCW Aberystwyth where he studied International Politics, followed by an MA in First World War poetry. He worked for the Daily Mail and Mirror Group as a reporter and feature writer. After twenty years as a journalist, he became a novelist. His novel, Collaborator won the Sidewise Award for Alternate History (2003)
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Find nearly any book by Murray Davies. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Devil's Handshake: ISBN 9780330490795 (978-0-330-49079-5) Softcover, Pan MacMillan, 2003. The Dogs in the Streets. ISBN 9781405049191 (978-1-4050-4919-1) Softcover, Macmillan, 2005. 2002) A novel by Murray Davies. The compelling drama of one man abandoned in a hostile land, with an impossible mission. It is January 1943 and, in the shabby attic of the SOE headquarters in Baker Street, an unloved department is given the most crucial task of its short existence - to redeem the whole organisation in Churchill's eyes by assassinating Adolf Hitler.
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This is an excellent, exciting and well-crafted story, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It details an attempt by the Allies to assassinate Hitler in his residence in the Obersalzberg. The book begins with the difficulties in selecting an appropriate assassin, and then getting him into the proper shape, and getting properly informed, before parachute-dropping him behind enemy lines.