Casa editrice: San Val
Data di pubblicazione: 1998
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Codice inventario libreria 9781417707416-3
Riassunto: 60 years ago, the greatest crime against humanity was committed. Today it's only a heartbeat away from happening again.
In the pulse-pounding tradition of Robert Ludlum, John Le Carre, and Frederick Forsyth, Glenn Meade, the acclaimed, bestselling author of the blockbuster thriller Snow Wolf, delivers unrivaled suspense, unforgettable characters, and a brilliantly absorbing story with a mind-blowing surprise ending.
In Paraguay, a young reporter is found brutally murdered. In Berlin, a political activist is gunned down in the street. In Strasbourg, an international policeman is given the name of a beautiful young German woman-- and the first key to an extraordinary plot...
Joseph Volkmann knows that a string of killings around the world are linked by a single purpose. And he knows that Erica Kranz, whose journalist cousin had stumbled on the story, is linked to the plot. Haunted by the ghosts of the past, driven by the specter of the future, Volkmann and Kranz are about to plunge through a realm of terrorism, fanaticism, and deception-- as they stare at the true face of evil...
Recensione: The same historical intensity and credibility that he used in his tremendous debut thriller about a plot to kill Joseph Stalin ( Snow Wolf, available in paperback) enliven Glenn Meade's equally ingenious second novel. After the reunification of Germany, investigator Joe Volkmann shuttles back and forth between Berlin and South America in a search for murderous ex-Nazis. Volkmann's probings reveal new information about many things--especially the strange sexual relationship between Adolf Hitler and his niece, Geli Raubal.
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