The Valhalla Exchange

Narrated by: Michael Page
Length: 8 hrs and 2 mins
4.2 out of 5 stars (59 ratings)

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On April 30, 1945, Russian radar reported a light aircraft leaving the vicinity of the Tiergarten in Berlin. But who was on board, and where was the plane going?

Berlin was in ruins as the Russians moved relentlessly towards the concrete bunker where the Nazi administration was falling apart. But one man, Reichsleiter Martin Bormann, Adolf Hitler's secretary and eminence grise had a daring plan to escape.

Far away to the south-west, at Schloss Arlberg above the River Inn, five prisoners of war were contemplating their fate. Would they be murdered by their captors or liberated by the Russians?

Unbeknown to them, Bormann has his own plans. They are about to become part of a mystery that has fascinated the world for over 60 years. What exactly did happen to Bormann and his prisoners?

©2009 Jack Higgins (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Although I have liked most of Jack Higgins Nazi era books this one was much gorier and it was difficult to follow as an audiobook. Why do all British performers think Americans speak with accents like they’re from Michigan or Ohio —very harsh and difficult to listen to?