Liberation


Liberation

The must-read thriller inspired by the true story of Nancy Wake

To the Allies she was a fearless freedom fighter, special operations super spy, a remarkable woman ahead of her time leading, at her height, 7000 fighters. To the Gestapo she was a ghost, a shadow, the most wanted person in the world with a five-million Franc bounty on her head.

Her name was Nancy Wake. Born in New Zealand and raised in Australia, she ran away to New York at the age of 16, then on to London, before training with SOW and fighting with the French Resistance.

Now, for the first time, the roots of her legend are told in a thriller about one woman's incredible quest to save the man she loves, turn the tide of the war, and take brutal revenge on those who have wronged her.

Liberation is written by Imogen Kealey, a pseudonym for screenwriter Darby Kealey and author Imogen Robertson. It is soon to be a major Hollywood feature film based on Kealey's script, produced by and starring Anne Hathaway.

Imogen Kealey is a pseudonym for Darby Kealey and Imogen Robertson.

Darby Kealey is a writer and producer, based in Los Angeles. His credits include the critically acclaimed series Patriot for Amazon, as well as a number of film and television projects currently in development. His feature script Liberation was nominated to the 2017 Blacklist. He has an MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA, and a BA in Politics from UC Santa Cruz.

Imogen Robertson is a writer of historical fiction. Now based in London, she was born and brought up in Darlington and read Russian and German at Cambridge. Before becoming a writer, she directed for TV, film, and radio. She is the author several novels, including the Crowther and Westerman series. Imogen has been shortlisted for the CWA Historical Dagger three times (2011, 2013 and 2014), as well as for the prestigious Dagger in the Library. She has also written King of Kings, a collaboration with the legendary international bestseller Wilbur Smith.

Liberation
Hachette Australia
Author: Imogen Kealey
ISBN: 9780751576023
RRP: $32.00



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