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Assigned to the Nuremberg war trials, special agent James Cronley, Jr., finds himself fighting several wars at once, in the dramatic new Clandestine Operations novel about the birth of the Central Intelligence Agency and the Cold War.When Jim Cronley hears he's just won the Legion of Merit, he figures there's another shoe to drop, and it's a big one: he's out as Chief, DCI-Europe. His new assignments, however, couldn't be bigger: to protect the U.S. chief prosecutor in the Nuremberg trials from a rumored Soviet NKGB kidnapping, and to hunt down and dismantle the infamous Odessa, an organization dedicated to helping Nazi war criminals escape to South America.
It doesn't take long for the first attempt on his life, and then the second. NKGB or Odessa? Who can tell? The deeper he pushes, the more secrets tumble out: a scheme to swap Nazi gold for currency, a religious cult organized around Himmler himself, an NKGB agent who is actually working for the Mossad, a German cousin who turns out to be more malevolent than he appears--and a distractingly attractive newspaperwoman who seems to be asking an awful lot of questions.
Which one will turn out to be the most dangerous? Cronley wishes he knew.
|Title||:||Death at Nuremberg (Clandestine Operations, #4)|
|Number of Pages||:||448 pages|
February 05, 2018
Griffin and Butterworth continue their tale of the beginning of the cold war between USA and USSR. Special Agent James Cronley, Jr. got assigned to guard the US Prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials while still trying to track down Nazi criminals while thwarting NKVD and Odessa. If you have been rea...
January 24, 2018
A continuation of the first 3 books in the series about actions in Germany immediately following WW II. The book is an interesting mix of fact and fiction with many segments dramatizing actual historical events which were probably classified for some time. The central character's FREQUENT REPETIT...
January 27, 2018
SUBJECTIVE READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS:
Though allegedly a figment of Bill Butterworth's imagination, the story of the lead-up to the Trials at Nuremburg was both entertaining and educational. Griffin exposes the naïve masses to Irminism, the solely German spiritual counterpart to Ro...
February 20, 2018
I love this series, as I have enjoyed and loved all of W.E.B. Griffin's series of books. But sadly this one seems to have been written more by Mr. Butterworth than Mr. Griffin. I say this as it seems as if most of the book was conversations, often repeated to another character to meet a certain n...
February 21, 2018
Death at Nuremberg by W.E. B. Griffin and William E. Butterworth IV
This book takes place after the Allies won WWII. The same characters as the last couple of books. This one involves the Nazis trying to smuggle their cohorts out of Allied territory and the trials at Nuremberg.
The problem with G...
January 03, 2018
Awful. If I ever hear someone say his mouth "went on automatic" one more time, I won't be responsible for my actions. And the gentleman who read this audio book was just dreadful. His accents were reminiscent of bad 40's movies. And when his women's voices - simply caricatures. Dreadful. Mr. Grif...
March 06, 2018
Couldn't put it down---read within 24 hours. Very important to read the series in order. I read standalone books periodically, but I prefer series. The problem with some authors/series is new books don't come out for a year or so, and I have read other books. So at my age, my mind has to separate...
January 19, 2018
Another good book by W. E. B. Griffen. It starts out slow and then runs downhill as fast as you can read.
Most of the Griffin 's books have been written like this lately, but it still makes them enjoyable and quick reading. This espionage type of book with a sprinkling of sex and humor keeps the r...
April 10, 2018
Another great web Griffin
Ex enjoyed both the pace and the scope of the adventure the nomenclature and use of the Stars and Stripes as a vehicle was very interesting. The end of the book and the conclusion we're very satisfying. As always I would highly recommend web Griffin's series. Submit
February 15, 2018
I know that Griffin's books follow a basic formula, but they are always a fun read.
Historical fiction with humor and a bit of M*A*S*H irreverence tossed in.
I admit that I often find myself looking up the historical facts in the WW II stories and end up learning by accident.
General Gehlen is a pri...