Frederick Forsyth has written a gripping story of post WWII Nazi SS men's escape from prosecution for their war crimes. Based on historical fact, he has told the story of the lives of these men, the millions he killed and the story of one man journey to bring one of these SS men to justice. His story line soon has you forgetting you are listening to a story, and has you engaged in the lives of the characters. He did a superb job of developing the character of the main characters, especially the journalist Miller.
It isn't until the final 50 minutes of the story that the real reason Miller tracked the Nazi SS officer down is revealed.
This is my first Frederick Forsyth audiobook, but it will not be my last.
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