- 09 November 2014
- by Angela Youngman
Monsters and Critics
If you love motor racing, this is definitely the book for you. Martini has written a gripping novel set in the 1930’s when competition was strong between motor racing heroes of Facist Italy and Nazi Germany. National rivalries spilled over into incredible races set on nerve-wracking switchback roads along the edges of ravines with horrific drops below for anyone who makes a mistake. Racing at high speeds, the drivers are determined to win at all costs. This is not just a novel – it is actually based on rivalries that did exist, likewise the triumphs and disasters happened. Martini has […]
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