On the day Adolf Hitler commits suicide a young concentration camp inmate, Uriel Golan, is marched towards his death.
Two days later he leaves the Bay of Neustadt on the SS Cap Arcona - a cruise ship which will be deliberately sailed into an allied air attack to silence all the holocaust survivors aboard.
Uriel miraculously survives the attack -- and believes he survived for a reason.
That reason is revealed to him seventeen years later when voices from the past charge him with a mission.
Uriel must hunt down the remaining Nazi war criminals hiding from justice - because only he knows the real agenda behind the terror campaign they inflicted on his people.
And in a week of carnage, Uriel unlocks secrets that have remained hidden for millions of years.
In this wonderfully inventive novella, combining a sense of adventure with a sense of humour, Stewart King reinvents classic Nazi-hunting thrillers such as The Boys From Brazil and The Odessa File - and gives the genre a dynamic modern twist.
"Stewart King is a modern master of glorious pulp adventures. The Arcona Covenant sneaks up behind you, garrottes you with razor wire and then leaves you in a dumpster waiting for part two." - Guy Adams - Author of 'Sherlock Holmes: The Army of Doctor Moreau',' 'Torchwood:The House That Jack Built' and 'Kronos.'
"A fantastic story" - Matt Lynn, author of the best-selling Death Force thrillers.
"The Arcona Covenant packs a heck of a punch" - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of Trade-Off.
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