Summary

World War II Germany: The German war machine has invaded Poland and is advancing west toward France.
In Berlin, Kurt Müller, an Abwehr signalman, discovers a colleague lying dead at his radio receiver. The criminal police dismiss the death as suicide, but Kurt is not convinced. Kurt follows a trail of mysteries, witnessing several atrocities that expose the Nazi regime for what it truly is. When the trail leads him to the German resistance, he faces the most difficult choices of his life. He must choose between his duty and his conscience, between his country and his family, between love and death.
©2016 JJ Toner (P)2016 Tantor
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2 out of 5 stars
By KPMG on 16-06-18

Not Good. Story Weak. Lacks Depth.

Reminds me of a school essay. No depth or warmth of character. Poorly written all round. Narration is bearable, just! To be honest, I felt this was written by someone who went on a creative writing course for a week. It became an endurance test to get to the end.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Charles Atkinson on 18-06-17

The EarlyYears of WWII

From the perspective of a young, well connected German officer, we see the naivety and pride of his generation grow to disenchantment and betrayal. So how is it a loyal German officer can become an enemy spy? You will have a lot of fun learning how, albeit with a great deal of suspense.

I found Toner's work educational, particularly at the different factions within The Nazi army. His characters are great as well. If you WWII espionage , this is a great pick.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Ole Boesen on 01-07-17

It beats me what British narrators are unable to pronounce German names in stores situated in German surroundings.

Why are British narrators pronounciating German names and other words in a novel that is located in a German historical setting as if they were starring as a SS Sturmbannfuehrer in a bad British-American postwar movie ridiculing the Krauts. Time has gone and now I am not so sure who is ridiculous. Apart from that a god story line

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