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April 1945 – As the war in Europe draws to a chaotic and bloody finale and the days of the Third Reich are numbered, a train filled with a cargo of Nazi gold sets off from Berlin, destined for a secret location in Bavaria.
On board, a young Polish Jew is about to witness a chain of events leading to the greatest robbery and criminal conspiracy of all time.
October 2018 – Af
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Paperback, 457 pages
Published by Rotercracker Copyrights
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Marion Williams
Feb 03, 2021 rated it it was amazing
A gripping tale. Very well researched and difficult to put down. It sheds light on the subject of the Holocaust and its aftermath post 1945. Although a work of fiction based on fact, it is of considerable historical significance !
Robert Fontenot
Feb 09, 2021 rated it it was ok
I got this book from a Goodreads giveaway.

Because of that I felt I had to finish it, but it was a rough read. At times it wants to be a pulpy thriller (Nazis! Gold! Car Explosions! Assassins! Mind control!) but the first quarter of the book is taken up with one woman's experiences in the holocaust, and this harrowing account overwhelms everything that comes after. It's possible that this WWII narrative might have been better served if it had been integrated into the present day part of the book
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Geoff grew up in South London, the latch-key child of a widowed mother who struggled in post war-torn Britain to turn a place to live into a loving home. And she succeeded. Love you, Rita. RIP.
With an accountancy background, Geoff has had a varied commercial and financial career, living or working in countries with a Latin flavour, (South America, Southern Europe) as well as London and the Welsh v
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