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by Mike Slosberg
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  • Author:
    Mike Slosberg
  • ISBN:
    053315118X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0533151189
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  • Publisher:
    Vantage Pr (January 31, 2006)
  • Pages:
    306 pages
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  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    325
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The Hitler Error I thoroughly enjoyed this book!!! I was drawn into the history and the . Piling surprises on top of twists, Slosberg is always several steps ahead of the reader as his engrossing plot unfolds over a sixty-year timeline.

Can the whereabouts of a fortune in diamonds hidden by three Nazi Officers at the end of WWII, turn up in South Florida sixty years later? The electrifying answer, and its deadly complications are the components that make up Slosberg’s nail-biting novel. I thoroughly enjoyed this book!!! I was drawn into the history and the characters, and loved all the twists and turns in the storyline. I highly recommend this novel to everyone.

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Piling surprises on top of twists, Slosberg is always several steps ahead of the reader as his engrossing plot unfolds over a sixty-year timeline

Piling surprises on top of twists, Slosberg is always several steps ahead of the reader as his engrossing plot unfolds over a sixty-year timeline. The historic background has the ring of truth and the characters make every hour with the book time well spent.

1944, Nazi Germany The war is in its final hours. Decades later, in a sleepy village near West Palm Beach, Florida, Moe Green, a retired octogenarian, seeks to determine the value of a German postage stamp he acquired during the war, given to him by a grateful young Holocaust survivor. But when the stamp's existence srufaces on the Internet, blood flows.

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1944, Nazi Germany.The war is in its last, desperate throws. Three high-ranking Nazi Officers, using secret orders signed by Hermann Goering, collect a fortune in confiscated diamonds from a dozen concentration camps. Sixty years later, in a sleepy village near West Palm Beach, a retired octogenarian seeks to ascertain the value of a German stamp he acquired from a lovely young Holocaust survivor. When the stampâ?s existence surfaces on the Internet, the killings begin.Jake Green, the old manâ?s son, is pulled into the vortex of an international fortune-hunt, along with a beautiful Israeli spy, a skilled, ruthless and elusive assassin and an ex-Nazi general, whose original identity had long ago been erased. The action moves swiftly from New York, Florida, London, Israel and France, as Jake Green, the old manâ?s son, is sucked into the vortex of an international scheme to locate the diamonds. Suddenly, Jake is tangling with an elusive and ruthless assassin, an ex-Nazi general whose real identity has long ago been erased, and a beautiful Israeli spy.The vivid characters and stomach-churning plot will keep you awake and guessing. Just when you think the mysteryâ?s been solved, youâ?ll be off on another path of intrigue.

Xar
Slobbery has written a good one. It stomps ahead with twists, turns and tumult. Great bedtime reading and a fab film in the making. Hayme Bond I guess.
Tall
A great mystery. It brings together history, spy-craft, Nazi-hunting, philately, and romance; along with interesting characters who keep surprising you. A real page-turner!
Malojurus
Riveting thriller. Filled with twists and turns with every chapter. Impossible to put down. Mike Slosberg is a fabulous writer, who does his historical research well. Highly recommend.
Swiang
One of the worst, most irritating books I have ever read. Littered with typos, outright errors (the author claims that the Allies invaded WW II Germany from the North, that Hitler's Wolf's Lair HDQ was SE of Berlin - it was practically in Latvia, etc.)
completely implausible coincidences and pat plot twists including an unexplained sex change, the whole thing is absolute drivel.
artman
I was caught up immediately in Mike Slosberg's world of murder, treachery, and rare unusual stamps. Remember the Curtiss Jenny stamps where the plane is upside down and each stamp now sells for hundreds of thousands of dollars? Well, the rare stamp in this thriller shows Hitler's head inverted, and it's the only one like it that exists. When word that this "invert" is available get posted on the Internet, the world's stamp collectors clamor for it. But a former Nazi officer has a much more "useful" need for this long-missing stamp and will pay far more than the highest bid. The action gets furious and the murders start to happen one by one. The ending is a twist that will catch you totally by surprise. Don't wait for the movie -- read this book now!
Broadcaster
This book was filled with historical perceptions and intrigue weaving the intensity of horror and the curiosity of what could have been possible. One to be read and discussed.
Anararius
Terrific thriller. Piling surprises on top of twists, Slosberg is always several steps ahead of the reader as his engrossing plot unfolds over a sixty-year timeline. The historic background has the ring of truth and the characters make every hour with the book time well spent.
I really enjoyed reading this book. Fantastic. A unique concept, good twists, great pacing, fun reading. It's got diamonds, Nazi's, sex, muders, a rare stamp...what more could you want in a thriller? This book is as good or better than any James Patterson, Jonathan Kellerman or Harlan Coben novel out there. If you like these types of thrillers, you will love reading this book. I stayed up til 2am the night I was in the final 100 pages. Had to get to the end. Great twist at the end. Enjoy it!