The book plays out like a solid movie thriller, and that's a good thing. Interesting story, some weak points here and there, but overall totally worth the read.
A book that's pro dog and anti nazi? Was it written for me?
Alex Grecian weaves together a strong tale of past & present to bring historical fiction into a modern mystery. There are so many links in the chain of this plot: Nazi war crimes, missing children, a cult-like church under the control of a dangerous charlatan.
It all fit together for an exciting read and Grecian left an open ending to allow for new adventures with these characters eventually.
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This thriller about a Nazi who escapes to the US and continues his sadistic experiments on people is a pick with a caveat. Both past and present storylines are enjoyable and I really liked the 2 “heroes” of the book, and it gets dark in places, but not in great detail. The caveat is that there‘s a major about-face in one character about 2/3 in that just didn‘t work for me. Still, I enjoyed it and loved Bear the dog.
Anyone else remember this stuff?! My coworkers thought it was my birthday (...it‘s not 😂) so I am now the proud owner of a 24-pack of strawberry pop.
This is SUPER interesting so far—there‘s a Nazi who fled to the US and there‘s people trying to catch him and bring him to justice.
I'm always amused when aspects of a book feel very appropriate to real life, even something as simple as the weather that you're experiencing that week.
#GoodreadsGiveawayWin! This is a new series (or a standalone perhaps). Publishing in April from Putnam. Looks at a Nazi doctor who has hidden himself away in Kansas and the hunt to track him down. I have enjoyed Grecian‘s prior books so I am looking forward to this new work!