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Shattered Glass

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  6 reviews
November 12, 1938. Three days after Kristallnacht, the Nazis' vicious pogrom against the Jews of Germany, an SS officer disappears into thin air on a busy street in Stuttgart. On that same date in November of 2013, a man in an SS captain's uniform claiming to be Alfons Kreider appears out of nowhere on that same street in modern Stuttgart. When he is brought in by German p ...more
Kindle Edition, 797 pages
Published August 1st 2019
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Elysia Strife
Aug 06, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Five Stars
An extraordinary blend of historical and science fiction...
Schmidt’s work delves into past and present day Germany with vivid descriptions and deeply woven political plots. Shattered Glass is full of unexpected twists and suspense that will keep you turning every page. Anyone that enjoys time travel and mysteries, will find this entertaining.
A dive into the Einstein-Rosen bridge theory, Shattered Glass introduces us to two time frames, 1938 Nazi-Germany and the year 2013. We follow Lie
Guy Ricketts
Dec 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Fantastic read! Author Skip Schmidt’s "Shattered Glass" alternates between 1938 and present day (2013) Germany, gifting the reader with suspense and fun, unexpected plot twists that will keep you turning the pages. Anyone that enjoys time travel and mysteries with fleshed out characters will find this irresistible entertainment.
The main characters are Lieutenant Eugen Scheele, who in the past seeks to uncover the truth about Nazi Captain Kreider’s disappearance, while his great-nephew, Inspector
Ben Rose
Sep 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Achtung! This is a tremendous read. I normally shy away from anything SFF, but this story is credible. The setting during the holocaust makes it even more emotionally wrenching as I have family history in that time.
Skip has written an epic for the ages.
Ben Rose
Jul 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is a truly great novel. A combination of quantum scifi and history. This has romance and adventure and edge of your seat action.
Jacqueline Firkins
Nov 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is a book for fans of complicated, layered worlds and lovers of sharp-witted, noir-style banter. On the surface it's an epic heist story, told in braided narratives between two time periods. It's also a history lesson (though not a didactic one), an exploration of time, and a deep dive into the ripple effects of a single night's events. The descriptions are taut and clear. The whodunit style plot and chase for the truth keep pages turning. It's an epic world, and one with heart and original ...more
Lorinda Taylor
Nov 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Who is the man with the caramel-colored hair?

The plot of this historical-action-suspense-mystery thriller may confuse you, but it will never bore you! Oh, and did I forget to say, science-fiction time travel tale? The historical period is 1938 in Hitler’s Germany and the year 2013, also in Germany. The main characters are Eugen and Willi Scheele (Willi is Eugen’s grand nephew) and they are both police detectives in their own times, which is quite fun to think about. The problem is that a time tr
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