Hitler’s Peace : A Novel of the Second World War
by Philip Kerr
Editor: Penguin Putnam Inc
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The New York Times best-selling author of the Bernie Gunther novels reimagines the end of World War II in this autonomous spy thriller grippingFall 1943Since Stalingrad, Hitler has known that Germany cannot win the warThe upcoming Allied Conference in Tehran will set the ground rules for their second front-and for future peaceRealizing that unconditional surrender RAD asked will leave Germany in ruins, Hitler has put peace tentacles(Without his knowledge, Himmler, who is capable of a coup d’état in order to reach an agreement) ROOSEVELT and Stalin are ready to negotiateOnly Churchill refuses to listen to themAt the center of this high-stakes game of bids and double-dealing is Willard Mayer, an operating OSS who was selected by the RAD, to serve as its envoyA cool, self-centered, emotionally distant womanizer with a questionable past, Mayer embraced the elegant philosophy of the day, which are not fixedHe is the perfect stooge for the torrid world of deceit, treason and murder that make up the moral universe of realpolitik.With his steady hand to walk, his solid knowledge of the detail of the story, and his creative explosion of imagination about what might have been, Philip Kerr has shaped a totally convincing thought of the thriller man in the great tradition of Eric Ambler and Graham Greene
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