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From Wall Street Journal best-selling author Michael Wallace comes this collection of three of his most exciting historical thrillers. 

The Red Rooster: A young woman in occupied France falls in with a war profiteer while hunting for the Gestapo agent who arrested her father. 

Blood of Vipers: An American fighter pilot shot down over Germany at the end of World War II rescues a group of refugees while avoiding the Nazis and brutal Soviet troops. 

Wolf Hook: The nephew of a Nazi kingpin joins a group of British spies in occupied Europe while pursued by ruthless Gestapo agents.

©2019 Michael Wallace (P)2019 Michael Wallace

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  • susan fletcher
  • 09-08-20

Good Prose; Poor Story

The prose is of a good standard; expect some rich descriptions and fine scene-setting.

The narration is first-rate.

The storyline of the 2 books is very poor. Also, the anti-British sentiment that creeps in from time to time appears to have been written from a very blinkered pro-USA stance. For example, the negative critique of the RAF bombings of Dresden was 1-dimensional and lazy (even in the context of a lightweight novel like these 2).

Not great books, but not really awful either.