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Author: Christopher Reich
ISBN: 0747272573
Language: English
Pages: 496 pages
Category: Action & Adventure
Publisher: Headline Book Publishing (May 4, 2000)
Rating: 4.2
Formats: azw docx mobi lrf
FB2 size: 1561 kb | EPUB size: 1694 kb | DJVU size: 1492 kb
Sub: Fiction

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In 2000 he went on to write ‘The Runner’, which became a New York Times bestseller the same as his first, thus securing his reputation as a popular and commercially viable writer of modern fiction. His later works, publishing nine books and counting, have also frequently been seen topping the bestseller lists over and over again.

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I have read all of Christopher Reich's books. Loved them all. Can't wait until a new book is published.

attorney Devlin Judge has come to Europe as part of an international tribunal to try Nazi war criminals. I have read all of Christopher Reich's books.

Now Reich returns to the world of international thrillers with a no-holds-barred powerhouse of a novel set against the seething backdrop of post-World War II Germany. attorney Devlin Judge has come to Europe as part of an international tribunal to try Nazi war criminals. But Judge has his own personal agenda: to find Erich Siegfried Seyss, the man responsible for his brother’s death.

Christopher Reich is an American author. He was born in Tokyo on November 12, 1961. He moved to the United States in 1965

Christopher Reich is an American author. He moved to the United States in 1965. He attended Georgetown University and the University of Texas and worked in Switzerland before returning to the United States to become an author. He lives in San Diego and is the author of twelve novels. He has a wife and 2 kids. His father is Willy Wolfgang Reich.

Her eyes were clear, if pouchy from lack of sleep; her shoulders sunburned from her excursion to Inzell several days before ill round and high on her c. .

Her eyes were clear, if pouchy from lack of sleep; her shoulders sunburned from her excursion to Inzell several days before ill round and high on her chest. But she saw none of this. Staring at her reflection, she recognized only a succession of her failed selves

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Comments (7)
Cordanara
Excellent fiction set at during a not often studied period. Spellbinding and gripping with unparalleled historical accuracy. A wonderful read.
Kann
Not as good as Reich's other novels. A little long-winded. I liked it though. Main character is kinda a wimp, bad guy isn't that bad and the overall plot isn't that original. Read it if when you're looking for something easy
Doomblade
Very good character development. Also describes the ugly underbelly of war. Shows how people's lives are indelibly impacted by loss of a way of life.
Samowar
Very superficial character development. Plot got boring.
Jode
The venue is post war Germany. There's lots of action and you don't want to put the book down. Reich does really develop the 2 main characters and you get to look through the eyes of both rather than just the good guy's. The bad guy is shown to be a cat of 9 lives with incredible survival skills. I would have given it 5 stars but the "flash back" device was a little over-used, IMHO. I read this on Kindle and there were only a couple of typo's .Very well prepared for Kindle reading. I'm on my way now to order another Christopher Reich book.
Gathris
I have read all of Christopher Reich's books. Loved them all. Can't wait until a new book is published.

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Kerdana
Mr. Reich could have written an excellent story concerning the immediate aftermath of the war in Europe, however he spends most of the book making Gen. Patton a traitor and common murderer. His attempt to take Patton's warnings about the intent of the Soviets and the need to push them out of Eastern Europe (we might ask some of those left behind the iron curtin if Patton was correct) have been converted to his being a traitor, this is going to far, unfortunatly the courts have ruled that you cannot slander the dead.
I took the time to finish this book, hence three stars. The setting in post WW II Germany seemed well researched and was fascinating. The rest of the plot and characterization was more preposterous than Jason Bourne, and far less exciting and entertaining. The historical twists were somewhat thought provoking. Could an Allied General who fought Nazis be one?