Thursday, April 26, 2012

RITA ASKS, WHAT ARE YOU READING?

A friend introduced me to author Greg Iles.  Therefore, several months ago I finished reading Black Cross by Greg Iles.
     What did I think of Black Cross? This is an absorbing read of reality and suspense. It reveals the savage cruelty of the concentration camps and the possibility - we don’t have a clue what could have happened during those dark times.
     There is no doubt in my mind Nazi scientists could have developed a toxic nerve gas that could repel and wipe out any invasion force.
      This story is a heart-stopping portrayal of sacrifice and bravery. I’ve referred it to many of my friends.
     It is 1944. The world awaits the Allied invasion of Europe. Churchill has learned that Nazi scientists have developed Sarin--a new weapon that could turn the tide for Hitler.
     Two men--a pacifist American doctor and a fanatical Jewish assassin--must embark on a murderous mission into Germany. Their target--a human hell where Jews fuel Hitler's last hope. It's odd how death often marks a beginning rather than an end...
     A worthwhile read . . . I promise you won’t want to put it down. Rita

3 comments:

Ginger Simpson said...

I just finished "Much Ado About Marshals" by Jacquie Rogers. Did I like it? You can read a summary and find the link on "I Dug It" by using the tab above the posts here on Dishin' It Out. I'm sending Jacquie her Banner right now.

Joanna Mikalis said...

I just finished The Black Hawk by Joanna Bourne. Next up? The Fire King by Majorie M. Liu.

Rita Karnopp said...

Did you like The Black Hawk? What genre? Sounds Native . . . which is right up my ally! :)

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