The Traitor's Child

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Pub Date 26 Jun 2020 | Archive Date 25 Jun 2020
John Hunt Publishing Ltd, https://www.johnhuntpublishing.com/roundfire-books/

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One city, two religions. Three centuries. Four people; a brother, an orphan, refugee and a traitor separated by time and circumstance, and one dark secret that links them all.

After a fateful confrontation with the brother he once betrayed, Eric van Kroot finds himself roaming Amsterdam's seediest streets in a desperate search for the child he never knew he had. His quest uncovers far more than he'd bargained for, however, as he stumbles across the biggest cover up in history. But there are those who will do anything to stop him, for, while many have much to gain, others have everything to lose...

One city, two religions. Three centuries. Four people; a brother, an orphan, refugee and a traitor separated by time and circumstance, and one dark secret that links them all.

After a fateful...


Advance Praise

The Traitor’s Child is a haunting and heartbreaking novel of betrayal and conspiracy, in which the roots of one family’s sordid secret burrow so deep beneath the pillars of the Church, they threaten to bring it crashing down. Gripping and thought-provoking to the end. 

Karen Maitland, author of Company of Liars 


A real page-turner. Exciting and unputdownable!

Barbara Erskine


Exhilarating and provocative, this is one hell of a religious thriller.

Peter James

The Traitor’s Child is a haunting and heartbreaking novel of betrayal and conspiracy, in which the roots of one family’s sordid secret burrow so deep beneath the pillars of the Church, they threaten...


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