Friday, June 8, 2007


This is a detective story set in 1960's Nazi Germany. The author does a credible job of presenting a palatable and realistic vision of Hitler's Berlin, complete with Speer's architecture and the influence on world politics this would have had, such as America voting in their own anti-semitic leader, and bestowing hero status on the likes of Harry Ford and Lindberg.

It's not great literature, as no page-turner ever is, but it's an easy read that also allows for the reader to gain some insight into the Third Reich's grander plans and schemes, complete with illustrations and renderings.

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