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Samaritan

3.57  ·  Rating Details  ·  14 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
A cold-war thriller (1980s-style), depicting a plot deep within some influential USSR factions to carry on the extermination of the Jewish peoples where the Germans left off at the end of WWII. This thriller involves the American Government, as would be expected, with the Pope and the Vatican as central third parties.
406 pages
Published 1984 by Futura (first published January 1st 1983)
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Sue
Jul 18, 2009 Sue rated it liked it
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A cold-war thriller (1980s-style), depicting a plot deep within some influential USSR factions to carry on the extermination of the Jewish peoples where the Germans left off at the end of WWII. This thriller involves the American Government, as would be expected, with the Pope and the Vatican as central third parties. The book was fast-paced and the plot was complex, as a good cold-war thriller should be.

I read a paperback version. I was amazed at the number of typographical errors in the book,
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Richard Bradley
Mar 05, 2010 Richard Bradley rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Lovers of intrigue espionage conspiracy. Catholics and Jews. Anyone who remembers the Berlin Wall.
Recommended to Richard Bradley by: No one.
"Freedom and dignity--these have always been subordinated to political expediency. It will happen again. It will happen this time if we permit it. And we cannot."

"For all of us the world moves too quickly. No tragedy escapes us, no horror, no matter where it might occur, fails to reach our eyes, ears, and eventually our hearts. Yet we grow weary of such news. We are numbed by its repetition, disillusioned because we think ourselves powerless before it. So it is easier to turn away, to pretend no
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