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Spandau Phoenic
Spandau Phoenic
Author: Greg Iles
"Masterfuk action and suspense...a sizzling hot read." Stephen Coonts — The Spandau Diary --- what was in it> Why did the secret intelligence agencies of every major power want it? Why was there a brave and beautiful woman kidnapped and sexually tormented to get it? Why did a chain of deception and violent death lash out acxross the globe, f...  more »
ISBN: 462529
Publication Date: 4/1994
Pages: 695
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Publisher: Signet --- Penguin Books USA Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
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This story kept me riveted, so that I lost much sleep on the business trip I purchased this book for. At 695 pages, I was still reading into the wee hours of the morning(s) even after I returned home. Spandau Phoenix is an historical "what if" story that truly stretches the imagination beyond the reader's limits of credibility, making it incredible. I can't help but wonder how World War II wouold have turned out if this story were true: is the author capable of just great story-telling, or does he know something about world politics and history that I don't?