The Berlin Deception

July 20, 2013 - Comment

John Becker is hot on the trail of Hitler’s fatal weakness. The Gestapo is closing in. On foot, by train, even on water, Becker is running and gunning for his life … and for the world. Hitler’s Third Reich is rearming and planning for war. Churchill wants to stop him, but only Becker’s report can

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John Becker is hot on the trail of Hitler’s fatal weakness. The Gestapo is closing in. On foot, by train, even on water, Becker is running and gunning for his life … and for the world. Hitler’s Third Reich is rearming and planning for war. Churchill wants to stop him, but only Becker’s report can reverse the British mood of appeasement. Cornered by the Gestapo, desperate to save his German collaborator Maria, Becker has mere days to ward off double disaster….

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Rokurota says:

As good as anything by Ludlum, Harris or Forsythe There are so many disappointing “thrillers” out there it’s refreshing to pick up a novel that actually works. The Berlin Deception has intrigue, espionage, a crafty, persistent antagonist, double crosses and for WW2 geeks, lots of references to actual locales and events. This is essentially a “what if?” thriller that sets the action underneath actual historical events. The writing is clean but not facile, so the prose is far more satisfying than most of the popular authors out there (Grisham,…

Nancy Helen says:

compelling Berlin Deception is well written and compelling. Spy thrillers are not my favorite type of book; however, I was curious about this author’s first novel. Once I started Berlin Deception I did not want to put it down. The historical setting description and character development are excellent. I look forward to reading Jeff Vanke’s next novel.

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