Sins of the Fathers: A Novel
Friedrich Richard has vengeance on his mind. A dear friend was brutally killed by two cold-blooded SD soldiers at a concentration camp. Friedrich is a powerful man with resources, calculating in exacting his revenge. Upon learning the two soldiers’ names, he plots their demise and executes both with nearly flawless precision.
Questions arise, but Friedrich has an ace up his sleeve: his close friendship with Adolf Hitler. His past with Hitler goes back to 1918, when both were recuperating from their wartime service in a hospital. The two men share a deep bond based on secrecy. As Hitler has ascended to the peak of his power, Friedrich is alarmed by Hitler’s plans for Germany and wider Europe. Hitler’s sanity is speculated about by Friedrich, along with certain generals. A plan is hatched, the purpose being to stop the unstable Fuhrer from wreaking a terrible havoc on the world.
Sins of the Fathers illustrates the powerful impact of historical fiction. Herbert Stern and Alan Winter engage the audience with a pulse-pounding thriller that will leave many gripping the pages in anticipation with each subsequent chapter. The history may have been written, but the path proves to be a riddle, with forks and dangerous curves featuring prominently in this fine book.
|Author||Herbert J. Stern|
|Page Count||432 pages|
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