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In the start of an all-new mystery series set in pre–World War II Europe, an intrepid young photographer carries her dead lover’s final, world-shattering message into the heart of Berlin as Hitler ascends to power.

“Thrilling . . . reminiscent of works by Eric Ambler and Graham Greene.”—The Wall Street Journal

On vacation from London on the beautiful Italian coast, twenty-eight-year-old Elena Standish and her older sister, Margot, have finally been able to move on from the lasting trauma of the Great War, in which the newly married Margot lost her husband and the sisters their beloved brother. Touring with her camera in hand, Elena has found new inspiration in the striking Italian landscape, and she’s met an equally striking man named Ian. When Ian has to leave unexpectedly, Elena—usually the more practical of the sisters—finds she’s not ready to part from him, and the two share a spontaneous train trip home to England. But a shocking sequence of events disrupts their itinerary, forcing Elena to personally deliver a message to Berlin on Ian’s behalf, one that could change the fate of Europe.

Back home, Elena’s diplomat father and her secretive grandfather—once head of MI6, unbeknownst to his family—are involved in their own international machinations. Worried when Elena still hasn’t returned from Italy, her grandfather starts to connect the dots between her change in plans and an incident in Berlin, where Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich are on the rise. It seems the message Elena delivered has forced her into a dangerous predicament, and her grandfather’s old contacts from MI6 may be the only people who can get her out alive—if Elena can tell the difference between her allies and her enemies.

New York Times bestselling author Anne Perry merges family secrets with suspense on the world stage, as darkness bubbles under the surface of a Europe on the brink of change. In these complicated times, Elena emerges as a strong new heroine who learns quickly that when nothing is certain, she can rely only on herself.

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“Masterful! It’s exceedingly rare for an author to have the talent to blend classic elements of a thriller with compelling family dynamics and geopolitical intrigue, but Anne Perry pulls it off like the consummate pro that she is. And, on top of all that,  Death in Focus is written in her unique literary voice. I guarantee you’ll love Elena Standish. Brava!” — Jeffery Deaver, author of The Never Game

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“Readers who love historical mysteries know that some of the most dramatic stories are set in the interim between the two world wars. . . . Anne Perry stakes a strong claim to that unstable terrain in Death in Focus.” The New York Times Book Review

“Perry is a master of the British historical novel, this time leaving the Victorian era behind and delving into a new, but volatile century. . . . Elena Standish . . . promises to be a heroine of the first order.” New York Journal of Books

“This tale of love, danger, betrayal and murder keeps you turning pages to the last astonishing paragraph. Elena Standish is intriguing—in a world fast turning upside down, she is resourceful, brave, and achingly real as she encounters a Germany marching toward world war.  Death in Focus is the debut of another great Perry series. Her best yet? You decide!”  —Charles Todd, author of The Black Ascot

“[Anne Perry] has found the perfect time period to showcase a family’s impassioned defense of democracy and social justice in the face of rising totalitarianism. . . . Obvious comparisons to Charles Todd’s Bess Crawford and Jacqueline Winspear’s Maisie Dobbs are warranted, but this novel also hearkens back to Helen MacInnes’s classic spy thrillers and Mary Stewart’s romantic suspense novels. At turns heartbreaking and action-packed, this gripping and superbly written story proves Perry still has what it takes.” Library Journal (starred review)

“Readers will root for the forceful, independent Elena, who will appeal to Maisie Dobbs fans. Perry knows how to ratchet up the international intrigue. . . . [A] promising series launch.” Publishers Weekly
 
“Elena’s many narrow escapes and Perry’s immersive re-creation of Nazi-era Europe will keep readers enthralled by this series debut. The numerous characters working behind the scenes both for and against Elena—her beloved grandfather, for example, who is the former head of MI6—are well drawn, but it is the smart, gritty heroine herself who will ensure that readers eagerly anticipate the next in the series.” Booklist

Death in Focus, the start of a new series, is reminiscent of works by Eric Ambler and Graham Greene. Cameo appearances by historical figures including Winston Churchill and Joseph Goebbels enhance this thrilling work whose heroine proves fully up to . . . hair-raising challenges. . . . Perry conjures the mixed emotions and misplaced optimism of a period when many Establishment figures were desperate to avoid another world war.” The Wall Street Journal

About the Author

Anne Perry is the New York Times bestselling author of two acclaimed series set in Victorian England: the William Monk novels, including Dark Tide Rising and An Echo of Murder, and the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt novels, including Murder on the Serpentine and Treachery at Lancaster Gate. She is also the author of a new series featuring Thomas and Charlotte Pitt’s son, Daniel, including Twenty-one Days and Triple Jeopardy; as well as five World War I novels; sixteen holiday novels, most recently A Christmas Gathering; and a historical novel, The Sheen on the Silk, set in the Ottoman Empire. Anne Perry lives in Los Angeles.  

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Chapter 1

1933

Elena narrowed her eyes against the dazzling sunlight reflected off the sea. It was warm in the late May morning, the light so much softer here in Amalfi than it would have been at home, on the English coast. Brilliant sprays of bougainvillea arched against the sky, burning purples and magentas, vibrant with color but without perfume. They covered parts of the ancient walls; old, mellow stone houses; and flights of stairs down toward the whispering sea. There were glimpses of mosaic pavement, two thousand years old, and children playing marbles. Above them seagulls hovered on the wind, looking for scraps.

Elena was staring at a woman farther down the steep hill. She wore a scarlet dress and was dancing by herself, within her own imagination, perhaps lost in time in this exquisite town on the edge of the Mediterranean, which had lured the Caesars from the wealth and intrigue of Rome to dally here.

“Do you suppose she is real?” a man’s voice asked gently behind Elena, on the edge between pleasure and laughter. “Or could she be a figment of a fevered imagination?”

She turned to look at him. He was noticeably taller than she, and the sun caught the auburn lights in his thick hair. His face was in shadow, but she could see the outline of it, his strong bones.

“Oh, she’s real,” she replied with a wide smile. “Should I be sorry? Would a vision be better?”

“Only for a little while. Reality always comes back. If it didn’t, you’d be considered mad.”

“Oh dear,” she said, keeping a straight face with some difficulty. “And I thought dancing in a red dress was the ultimate sanity.”

He shrugged. “An old woman with a bag of onions would be more interesting than most of the delegates at the economics conference I’m attending!”

Elena laughed outright. “I will tell Margot you said that!”

“Margot? Is that her name?”

“A woman, dancing alone in a red dress? That could only be my sister Margot!” She meant both the implied praise and the exasperation, and yet fleetingly she wished that the figure could have been her.

The man looked startled, as if unsure for a moment whether to believe her or not.

She saw it and laughed again. “Really.”

Margot was her older sister, who had come to this very tedious conference on a whim. She was bored, and she had wanted to go to Amalfi anyway, so she had offered to accompany Elena, who was to photograph the delegates. “It will be more fun to go together,” Margot had insisted. “You can’t take photographs all the time,” she had added in the slightly disparaging way she always used when speaking of Elena’s photography.

For Margot, Elena’s photography was something to do and a way to make a moderate living, but she also knew it was a passion that she herself did not understand.

Elena could not argue. Margot could usually read her too well, at least when it came to uncomfortable things like self-protecting lies. Perhaps because she was four years older.

And of course Margot knew about Aiden Strother. Not all of it. Nobody but Elena knew that, although no doubt others had guessed. Elena had started out after university in a high position in the Foreign Office, due not only to her excellent academic record, but in large part to her father’s position over the years as British ambassador in several of the most important cities in Europe: Berlin, Paris, and Madrid in particular.

Elena had fallen in love with Aiden while working for him. It had been easy to do. He was charming, handsome in a wry, good-humored way, and clever. Very clever. He fooled them all utterly, even Elena. She was too in love to accept the signs, which in hindsight she now saw quite clearly. He had betrayed them all, and she had been stupid enough to help him, albeit unwittingly. Looking back, she burned with shame at her own stupidity. The only good thing was that nobody thought her guilty of complicity, only of being young and incredibly naïve.

All the same, she had been asked to leave, to the acute shame and embarrassment of her father, Charles. He had felt that, of his two daughters, she was the one to follow in his footsteps, perhaps rise as high as a woman could in the Foreign Office. Elena’s brief enchantment with Aiden was still an obstacle between her and her father. She was guilty of gross stupidity and had not denied it. It still hurt when anyone chose to mention it, not out of longing for a love lost—or even an illusion of it—but because she had been stupid and had let everyone down, especially herself.

Charles had never quite understood his elder daughter, Margot, though he had always adored and admired her. Everyone felt the consuming grief that had smothered her life when her husband of one week had been killed in the last month of the war.

Now, alone in the square below, Margot had stopped dancing and was beginning to walk slowly up the steps toward Elena and the young man, every now and again lost to sight by a bend in the walls or an overexuberant bower of colored bracts.

“Don’t tell me she’s an economist?” The young man spoke again, amusement still in his voice, but quieter, as if he were aware of her momentary emotional absence. Fifteen years after the war, everyone still had their griefs: loss of someone, something, a hope or an innocence, if not more. And fear of the future. It was in the air, in the music, the humor, even the exquisite, now fading light.

“Certainly not.” Elena kept the lift in her voice with an effort. “And please don’t ask me if I am.”

“I wouldn’t dream of it.” He held out his hand. “Ian Newton. Economic journalist. Sometimes.”

She took it. It was strong and warm, holding hers firmly. “Elena Standish. Photographer. Sometimes.”

“How do you do?” he replied, and then let go of her hand.

“And that is my sister, Margot Driscoll,” Elena said.

“Not Standish . . . she’s here with her husband?”

“Margot is a widow. Her husband, Paul, was killed in the war.”

Ian Newton nodded. Of course . . . This was a situation encountered every day, even now. He looked over to Margot, destined to dance alone in a world populated by superfluous women.

“Will you and Mrs. Driscoll dine with me tonight?”

“I’d like that,” Elena answered for both of them. “Thank you. We’re staying at the Santa Catalina.”

“I know.”

“Do you?”

“Certainly. I followed you here.”

She did not know whether to believe him, but it was, surprisingly, a nice idea. “Eight o’clock? In the dining room?” she suggested.

“I’ll be waiting for you by the door,” he replied, then turned and walked away up the hill easily, straight-backed.

The next moment, Margot appeared on the steps from the square. She was as unlike Elena as sisters could be. Margot had dark eyes and hair like black silk. She was lean and elegant, no matter what she wore. Elena was the same height; she had a certain grace, but she could not match Margot’s. Her eyes were quite ordinary blue, and her hair was nearly blond. She felt insipid beside Margot’s drama.

“Daydreaming again?” Margot asked, exasperation thinly veiled in her voice. She hardly ever forgot her four years’ seniority. “If you want to be a serious photographer, you’ll have to take some decent pictures, which you won’t do standing here.”

“I don’t know,” Elena said patiently. She had been nagged many times before, and although she knew it was true, she also knew Margot said it out of frustration and affection. “I got a couple of a woman dancing alone in the square below, in a scarlet dress. A little crazy, but a nice study.”

Temper flashed in Margot’s eyes for an instant, and then vanished again. “I’ll have them, please.”

“Don’t be daft!” Elena said impatiently. “I’m not wasting film on you. I just like watching you enjoy yourself.” It was the truth.

Margot put her arm round Elena and silently they walked up the hill, toward the hotel.

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P. R. Trust
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Fascinating, Thought Provoking, Illuminating
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2019
Anne Perry again has taken the real events of a period in history and made them understandable by creating a narrative with characters and a plot problem that allowed me to go back to that time. I have always been confused about how such an evil man became the choice, was... See more
Anne Perry again has taken the real events of a period in history and made them understandable by creating a narrative with characters and a plot problem that allowed me to go back to that time. I have always been confused about how such an evil man became the choice, was elected to govern Germany in 1930s. Looking back, knowing what we know about his behavior: knowing about his stated intentions that led to the Holocaust, the rape of Europe, and the eventual destruction of most of Europe including his orders to destroy even parts of Germany at the end had had me for years wanting to ask the citizens of Germany "How could you elect this man?"

Anne''s story in Death in Focus again allows a reader to look at what follows from small choices of turning the other way, of consequences from refusing to see evil is again instructive. I know that I will reread Death in Focus several times each time finding more to educate me as I get past just reading to follow the intricacies of the initial plot device.

And I know that any more novels in this sequence will be as fascinating as I found the books in her World War 1 series.
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Too much description, too little plot and intrigue
Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2019
I am a huge fan of Anne Perry, having read all of her previous books (including those about World War I and the Christmas novels). Although the premise of this book was intriguing, the rise of fascism in Europe in 1933 and the differing views of British leaders regarding... See more
I am a huge fan of Anne Perry, having read all of her previous books (including those about World War I and the Christmas novels). Although the premise of this book was intriguing, the rise of fascism in Europe in 1933 and the differing views of British leaders regarding how to handle the popularity of Hitler, I felt that the story was very preachy and basically covered events fairly well known by anyone who has studied 20th century European history. This book is only slightly more than 300 pages, but there is way too much description of the various locales such as Amalfi and Berlin and not enough mystery/suspense. I actually guessed the murderer fairly early on and felt that the author rushed the violent, sudden conclusion in an attempt to make the reader want a sequel to tie up all of the loose ends. Similar to her Christmas books, this work has a great deal of padding and I found myself speed reading through it hoping that it would improve and provide a real mystery. Unfortunately, I was disappointed in this book and will not purchase subsequent volumes in this series because the author has only reached 1933 and there are six more years until the official start in World War II. I enjoyed her new Daniel Pitt mystery novels and will stick to these and her tried and true William Monk/Thomas Pitt books because she excels in this genre.
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What an awful book that appears to be written for adolescent girls
Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2019
This book is totally unlike Perry''s fine series featuring the Pitts and William Monk. It''s hard to believe that she actually wrote it. Superficial, hysterical, unreal. It smacks of trying too hard. Can''t imagine the follow-up books will be any different. Sorry.
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Looking Forward to the Next Book in this New Series
Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
Death in Focus is between a 3.5 and 4 star for me, but because I think this new series has potential, I''m rounding up to 4. I''ve read Perry for years (decades?), and enjoy her work. This protagonist (Elena Standish) has a lot of potential, but I''d like this story... See more
Death in Focus is between a 3.5 and 4 star for me, but because I think this new series has potential, I''m rounding up to 4.

I''ve read Perry for years (decades?), and enjoy her work. This protagonist (Elena Standish) has a lot of potential, but I''d like this story to have given me a little more backstory about her so that I could begin to form my own opinion about what brings her to the literary table. Also, it seems that Perry''s stories are containing an increasing amount of inner dialogue. Sometimes it works, but not all of it worked for me in Death in Focus.

I''m "over" Nazi stories, which seem to be novel-du-jour right now, but Perry manages to make this one fresh. Given that this is fiction, I didn''t mind my "willing suspension of disbelief," and Death in Focus certainly requires that, particularly toward the end.

Recommended, and I look forward to seeing what Perry does with the next book in this series.
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CPalm
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Not up to Anne Perry’s normal standards
Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2019
I was excited for this new series from Anne Perry. I am an avid reader of her other series. Sadly this one did not hold up to her normal standards. Anne Perry has a wonderful ability to bring so many different characters to life. I found it hard to like or believe the main... See more
I was excited for this new series from Anne Perry. I am an avid reader of her other series. Sadly this one did not hold up to her normal standards. Anne Perry has a wonderful ability to bring so many different characters to life. I found it hard to like or believe the main character. On the other hand, I loved Lucas, Josephine and Charles right away. There were sections of this book that did reel me in and be reminiscent of Anne Perry’s writing style. Unfortunately something in the dialogue or plot would jolt me back to the present as it did not fit. It happened so often that I started to wonder if parts of this book were written by someone else. As I know how good Anne Perry’s books can be, I will read the next one in hopes it lives up to her prior books.
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Lacks the grace of the Charlotte and Thomas novels
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2019
I have been reading Mrs Perry''s novels for well over 20 years and looked forward to this new one, but have to say I was disappointed. Although the characters are intriguing, the aftermath of WWI with the rise of Hitler instructive, and the overall plot riveting, the author... See more
I have been reading Mrs Perry''s novels for well over 20 years and looked forward to this new one, but have to say I was disappointed. Although the characters are intriguing, the aftermath of WWI with the rise of Hitler instructive, and the overall plot riveting, the author lost her way with too much boring drama and violence in Berlin compelling me to skip many pages. As usual with so many of her novels, the ending was sudden and brusque as though she wants to be rid of the story leaving a bad taste in my mouth. She would do better to write a final concluding chapter .
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I simply never give any author a 5 unless they are nearly as good as Agatha Christie. There’s only a handful I give a 5 to and one of those is for Anne Perry’s Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series, William and Hester Monk series and the new Daniel Pitt series. When I first saw... See more
I simply never give any author a 5 unless they are nearly as good as Agatha Christie. There’s only a handful I give a 5 to and one of those is for Anne Perry’s Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series, William and Hester Monk series and the new Daniel Pitt series. When I first saw the Elena Standish novel I was excited. I thought we were to see a new mystery series with a female protagonist. I was very disgruntled to find another war novel, and one which was certainly not a 5.

The book is set in 1933, after WWI and before WWII. The author does an excellent job of explaining the two predominant ways of thinking at the time. One group was still horrified by the devastation of WWI and believed in no more war no matter what the cost. They thought appeasement was the way to deal with Hitler. The other group saw Hitler as the dangerous monster he was, that a future war was inevitable, and that we should be preparing for the next one. I must admit I had never understood the “appeasement” group until I read this novel.

I’m somewhat of a WWI and WWII buff and was happy to read this book even though it wasn’t a mystery. The about halfway through I realized - I was bored. I’m used to being unable to put an Anne Perry down and this gave me quite a shock. All in all I was very disappointed with this book.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
Long time reader of Ms. Perry''s books, all the Pitt and Monk books are favorites. With this new book, start was slow, characters sketchy and just a complete slog. I will not be getting any more in this series.
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You think you know the people around you. These are strange times but nothing and no one are as they seem. Elena has started on a path that will be full of adventure.
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A real gem
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 9, 2020
Anne Perry never disappoints and this, the start of a new series, is up there with the best. I look forward to more books about Elena
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It’s the first book in a new series by Anne Perry
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I like the story. It’s full of action and, once you have started reading it, you don’t want to put it down.
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Another gem in the Perry Bibliography
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 24, 2021
to the usual high standard - an excellent thriller set against a well researched compellingly believable historical backdrop with characters you care about
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