In 1916, HMS Hampshire mysteriously sank off the Orkneys…
600 men drowned, including Field Marshal Earl Kitchener, while they were en route to Russia with a cargo of gold and top-secret documents for the Tsar.
Now, seventeen years later, the gold has still not been found. It is a great unsolved mystery of the sea.
Gunnar Creel, an American mystery writer, and Karl Osten, a German deep-sea diver, are both fascinated by the mystery.
Together, they come up with a plan.
This plan sees Creel and Osten embark on an adventure to find the treasure.
But is finding the gold the only adventure Creel and Osten will find themselves on?
Kitchener’s Goldis a sensational tale that combines adventure with espionage, murder, love, and mysterious lost treasure.
Peter MacAlan is one of the pseudonyms under which Peter Berresford Ellis has written. Ellis is a historian, literary biographer and novelist. Born in Coventry, Warwickshire, Ellis began his career as a junior reporter before becoming a full-time writer in 1975. He has published almost 100 books and is also the author over 100 short stories.