A Night of Long Knives (Hannah Vogel #2)
Journalist Hannah Vogel has vowed to never again set foot in her homeland of Germany while the Nazis are still in power. She has good reason: three years ago in 1931, she kidnapped her â€œson,â€ Anton, from the man claiming to be his father--Ernst Rohm, head of the Nazis' SA. A powerful man not to be trifled with, Hannah knows that Rohm will never stop searching for them.
A NIGHT OF LONG KNIVES is the second in Cantrell's series (I hope it continues for quite a while!) about reporter Hannah Vogel. Set largely in Berlin, this volume takes place in 1934, and those familiar with h ...more
In Book 1 of this series, "A Taste of Smoke", we meet Hannah Vogel and her "son", Anton, age 6, who might be the biological son of Ernst Rohm. In Book 2, "Night of the Long Knives", Anton becomes an irresistible target for kidnappers b ...more
It was so well written, its extremely obvious that there is painstaking detail paid. Simply fascinating.
The book was so "alive" that I felt it to be non-fiction - and it did border on that.
Just an all around excellent read, fascinating story / mystery with characters leaping off the pages, with an amazing amount of background study done by the author.
I have read her Tesla series and most of the Sanguine series, but THIS story completel ...more
BUT when I pulled it up on goodreads to review it, I saw something that surprised me..."Hannah Vogel NUMBER TWO".
I did think that Hannah made a very stupid decision to go back anywhere near Germany, she had to much to risk in Anton. You just knew that she would get found out and sure enough that is just what happens. I was laughing at what happened here with Rohm. Up until the breakfast cart came the situation was so crazy, that Rohm thought if he did t ...more