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Rhineland Inheritance (Rendezvous With Destiny #1)

3.77 of 5 stars 3.77  ·  rating details  ·  96 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Amid the Ravages of War, Will They All Discover True Peace?

The war-weary American captain faces a nation in ruins and a daunting assignment on the border between Germany and France. A fighter from the French Underground is appointed to help him and becomes a friend. When they stumble upon stolen Nazi treasure, they uncover a conspiracy at the highest levels on both sides o

Hardcover, Large Print, 285 pages
Published July 1st 1995 by Thorndike Press (first published November 1st 1993)
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Having read other historical works by T. Davis Bunn, I have been eager to read this series for a long time. I had great difficulty locating a copy as this has apparently been out of print for a while. Now I see why. Please, please don't judge the rest of the series by this book. It was slow, plodding even. Except for serving to show us a bit of the backdrop of post-war Germany and introducing the main characters to us, it does little else. I did appreciate getting to know Pierre from this book, ...more
Betty Box
Good read

slow to start but gets better the longer you read
Would recommend to friends. ready to start the next book in the seeris
This was an easy read of one of Bunn's earlier books. The story was not overly complex and had a good ending. I had trouble with him picking up and dropping characters. Possibly the dropped one will reappear in the next book and things will be resolved.
Not great literature but entertaining and a good story. There were some things that stretched credibility a bit. I wasn't sure I believed the plot line of a bunch of MPs running amok.
Amy Wunderlich
Really enjoyed this book lots of familiar places for me were included and added authenticity to a good historical fiction
The whole series is inspiring. Shows how small choices make for big influences! Really good.
good characters, shows WW2 reconstruction
Vaguely remember liking this series.
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