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Titus Müller skillfully connects his disparate narrative threads – the exactingly researched events from the war with the private fates of the characters, the fictive spy novel with the gruesome reality. – Margareta von Schwarzkopf, NDR1

Titus Müller uses his characters’ moving fates to render a key moment of German history tangible. – Elena Zay, Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung

A gripping, well-constructed novel with real, historical background. Read something marvelous! Two thumbs up! – Cathrin Brackmann, WDR4

Not only does the way Titus Müller addresses the dramatic events make for breathtaking reading, but it is fascinating to note how tremendously close he is to his characters. – Andrea Herdegen, Frankenpost

Titus Müller depicts everyday life in 1940s Neheim in detail, thus avoiding the risk of making black-and-white generalizations. – Claudia Irle-Utsch, Siegener Zeitung

With Nighteye, Titus Müller has written a wonderful historical novel which on the one hand is a gripping spy thriller; on the other it is a touching love story amidst the horror that is inspired by true events. – Sibylle Peine, Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa

A gripping and informative novel. – Ruhr Nachrichten

Titus Müller’s Nighteye is a towering accomplishment that need not hide behind titans of the genre such as Robert Harris. – Florian Launus, Westdeutsche Zeitung

A thriller, a love story and a novel based on many historical sources, whose power, feeling and authenticity impress in equal measure. An ingenious combination by the successful author Titus Müller. – Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung

Incredibly exciting! The first 20 pages basically took my breath away. And I’ve read more than my fair share of crime novels. I thought it was just fantastic. – Ute Heuser-Ludwig, ERF LesBar

Two stories: one highly exciting, one highly emotional. – Marion Seemann, WDR TV channel, »Lokalzeit«