Required Reading

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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Death at Nuremberg by W.E. B. Griffin and William E. Butterworth IV


This book takes place after the Allies won WWII.   The same characters as the last couple of books.   This one involves the Nazis trying to smuggle their cohorts out of Allied territory and the trials at Nuremberg.

The problem with Griffin books is if you have not read a good part of the series  you would not have a clue with what is going on.   I have read the series so I was fine.  I just finished the book within the last hour and frankly can’t even remember the main protagonist name.  Jim something or Super Spook as he was often referred to. 

The chaotic aspects of post WWII and the advent of Russian interference are clearly shown.  The ambivalence shown by former allies and adversaries proves enlightening.

I enjoyed the book but it was easy  to put down.  Lots of dialogue but minimal action.

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