The Secret of Spandau

The Secret of Spandau

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Rudolf Hess was the most closely guarded prisoner in the world. Forty-five years after his capture in Scotland on a supposed peace mission he was still in Spandau Prison. Why was it necessary to keep him there so long? He was a Nazi -- but one with a damaging tale to tell. If anyone can reach him it is Berlin correspondent Red Goodbody, known for his foolhardiness, but also for his daring and panache. The fear is that the stability of Western Europe may be undermined by what Hess can reveal; and so both the KGB and MI5 move into action to protect the extraordinary secret of Spandau.
Publisher: Sutton, Surrey, England : Severn House Publishers Ltd, 2016
ISBN: 9780727886125
0727886126
Branch Call Number: LOVESEY P
Characteristics: 307 pages ; 23 cm

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Unless you are an aficionado of WWII, this story is technical and a bit of a slog to read. There are some torrid sex scenes thrown in that do not advance the plot and objectify the female characters. The story flips from 1940's to present day which results in shallow characterizations and unnecessarily complex plot line. Good idea but not well executed.

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