Wow! It's difficult to tell if truth or fiction, probably a little of booth.
Greg Iles has the ability to weave a tale that you can't stop writing. This story went from West and East Germany to England to South Africa all the time gathering your interest so you can't stop until the final page. The story centers around the possibility that Rudolph Hess of Hitler fame is still living...50 years after the war.
This was the first book I read from Greg Iles and one of the most enjoyable. It kept me interested through the whole book, it made me go and look for other books written by Mr. Iles. Exciting to the end, and hard to put down.
Wow, Action packed; tangled plot; can't put down book!
This is one of, if not the best stories of mystery, intrigue and suspense that I have ever read. I could hardly put it down. Nelson Demille summed it up well when he said "It's a remarkable, impressive novel.
One of the great unsolved mysteries of WWII, Nazi collaboration with England? Possible, probable, irrisistable plot