Book Review of Garden of Beasts : A Novel of Berlin 1936

Garden of Beasts : A Novel of Berlin 1936
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berlin, 1936: german- american hitman paul schumann is on a government assignment that, if successful, will spare him from the electric chair and could avert war in europe. posing as a journalist covering the summer olympics, paul must find and kill reinhard ernst, the genius behind hitler's rearmament scheme. with the hellish claws of the third reich seraching incessantly for him, paul pursues his target from the halls of hitler's government to the olympic stadium, to the heart of nazi berlin- the tiergarten, the "garden of beasts"- in a nerve-jangling thrill ride filled with all the stunning twists and surprises that are the hallmark of america's "master of ticking-bomb suspense"