WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27 AT 7PM
BY ALFRED GOUGH & MILES MILLAR
in conversation with Gregg Hurwitz
From the creators of Smallville comes an action-packed debut thriller about a war veteran and CIA officer in the 1960s swept up into a global conspiracy that may prove Hitler is still alive.
David Toland, a decorated Korean War veteran, has done all he can to leave a life of combat behind. Now Director of Preservation for the Library of Congress's National Film Archive, Toland has made it his mission to preserve what he loves most: the Golden Age of American cinema, moving pictures full of romance, adventure and American Dream. That is, until CIA Agent Lana Welles drops in unannounced with a film canister, smuggled over the Berlin Wall at great cost, that may prove WWII never really ended--it just went underground.
David reluctantly agrees to serve his country one last time and help recover the film for Lana and the CIA. But it seems not everyone is as eager as they are to dig up the past. David and Lana's discovery awakens shadowy forces who will do anything to keep their findings a secret. In search of the truth, David and Lana find themselves pursued across the globe in a cat and mouse game with enormous, world-altering consequences.
Miles Millar and Alfred Gough are the creators of SMALLVILLE, the #1 show in the history of the history of the CW network, and co-wrote the story for SPIDER-MAN 2, one of the highest-grossing films of all time upon its release. They are currently the show runners of the acclaimed AMC show INTO THE BADLANDS.
Gregg Hurwitz is the New York Times, #1 internationally bestselling author of 20 thrillers, including OUT OF THE DARK (2019), and two award-nominated thriller novels for teens. His novels have won numerous literary awards, graced top ten lists and been published in 30 languages. Gregg has written screenplays for or sold spec scripts to many of the major studios (including THE BOOK OF HENRY, 2017), and written, developed, and produced television for various networks.
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