Key documents are still missing, however, and Nat believes Gordon has hidden them. The FBI agrees, and when Gordon is then found dead in jail, the Bureau dispatches Nat to track down the material, which has also caught the interest of several dangerous competitors. Following a trail of cryptic clues left behind by Gordon, and assisted by an attractive German academic with questionable motives, Nat's quest takes him to Bern and Berlin. His path soon crosses that of Kurt Bauer, an aging German arms merchant still hoarding his own wartime secrets. As their tales - and Gordon's - intersect across half a century, long-buried exploits of deceit, devotion and doomed resistance begin working their way to the surface. As the stakes rise, so do the risks.
Here is Dan Fesperman's most thrilling, unexpected, and satisfying novel yet.
©2009 Dan Fesperman; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Fesperman always mixes a bit of history in with his mysteries and this is no exception. This story takes place both in the present and in those difficult times in WWII Germany and Switzerland. The WWII scenes felt more believable than the current ones, but worth the read. The action was good and the tension palitable.
This is a great story, well written. The reader tries to be too dramatic for my tastes. I almost gave up twice (because of the reader) but glad I stuck it out.
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