Codename Edelweiss: The Search for Hitler’s Son

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 , In 1976, Argentina is governed by a military junta bankrolled by former Nazis. It is the anniversary of a mysterious village fire in the jungle. The lone survivor, a Guaraní boy, is now a Jesuit priest. A Jewish journalist, Ariel Guzman, interviews him at his mission. The man claims Adolf Hitler escaped from Berlin with Eva Braun and made a secret camp near the Iguaçu Falls. The Führer ordered the village’s destruction, but the priest refuses to say why. He mentions the codename Edelweiss and will only reveal the person’s identity if he dies.

Argentina’s most powerful man is billionaire and Waffen-SS veteran Tiago Hecht. He is searching for Edelweiss so that he can establish a Fourth Reich. Hecht now has confirmation Hitler’s son is alive. But so does the Mossad and they have sent an agent to eliminate him. The only sanctuary for ‘Edelweiss’ is at the Vatican, but time is running out.

The hunt is on…,
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ISBN-13: 9781914414329
ISBN-10: 1914414322
Pagini: 288
Dimensiuni: 127 x 197 x 30 mm
Greutate: 0.39 kg
Editura: Unicorn Publishing Group
Colecția Unicorn Publishing Group


 , “The author has created a totally plausible, clever plot, with a well-paced story that flows beautifully between the characters, locations and timeframes.” Tig’s Bookcase

“This is one for those who enjoy a proper action and adventure style read with conspiracies, secrets, and mysteries that need to be revealed.” Me and My Books,

“What a great read. There have always been conspiracy theories about whether Hitler really died in the Führerbunker and this book makes the assumption that he did in fact escape. So well written this was one of those book where it was ‘ just one more chapter’ I was totally engrossed from the start. Well written and fast paced with threads that weave themselves together seamlessly to the unexpected conclusion.” Lynda’s Book Reviews
“Justin Kerr-Smiley writes this story so well that I could really believe this happened. There are so many theories around and this story is more realistic than most theories that I have heard….Codename Edelweiss is a book that I found a riveting read. It’s based on historical fact, then, brilliantly woven together with fiction, unexpected twists and an ending that fitted perfectly.” Beyond The Books

Notă biografică

Justin Kerr-Smiley was born in 1965 and educated at Newcastle University. He worked as a journalist for twenty-five years and has reported from the Balkans, Northern Ireland, the West Bank and South America. He has also written for the Guardian, The Times and the Spectator. He is the author of two previous novels, including Under The Sun. He lives in London.