Berlin Connection - Richard H Taylor - Livros - CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platf - 9781475018288 - 19 de março de 2012
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Berlin Connection

Richard H Taylor

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Berlin Connection

BERLIN CONNECTION is a gripping account of three ?little people? profoundly affected by the Berlin Wall and the military standoff in Europe. Their paths intersect in Berlin just prior to the partition, but powerful adversaries scatter them, shattering their hopes. In time, a changing world draws each of them back to Berlin on different paths. Their steadfast refusal to accept tyranny and strong determination to tear down the intolerable walls dividing them makes a suspenseful, sympathetic narrative. Vic Werner is a German-born American assigned to Berlin to scout Soviet military dispositions. Little does he know how much his pre-war childhood history will impact his future. He falls for Ilse Braun, a beautiful and talented actress scarred by Nazi death camps and surviving on illusions. Kurt Meyer, her manager and coach, is a double agent dedicated to preventing a world war and reunifying Germany while shuttling stolen documents across lines between his fiancé in the west and his sister in the east. A concrete curtain slams across Europe, altering history and threatening their lives. Confrontations with an East German spy-master and a mad Russian General create havoc. Oppressed Eastern-bloc people refuse to be denied freedom any longer and tear down the Berlin Wall. Vic, Ilse, and Kurt are finally reunited as the walls come down?the Berlin connection.

Mídia Livros     Paperback Book   (Livro de capa flexível e brochura)
Lançado 19 de março de 2012
ISBN13 9781475018288
Editoras CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platf
Páginas 442
Dimensões 150 × 23 × 226 mm   ·   585 g
Idioma English  

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