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Publisher's Summary

From Wall Street Journal best-selling author Michael Wallace comes this collection of three of his most exciting historical thrillers. 

The Red Rooster: A young woman in occupied France falls in with a war profiteer while hunting for the Gestapo agent who arrested her father. 

Blood of Vipers: An American fighter pilot shot down over Germany at the end of World War II rescues a group of refugees while avoiding the Nazis and brutal Soviet troops. 

Wolf Hook: The nephew of a Nazi kingpin joins a group of British spies in occupied Europe while pursued by ruthless Gestapo agents.

©2019 Michael Wallace (P)2019 Michael Wallace

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  • Immy
  • 16-05-2021

Don't bother so boring

Didn't manage to get past 4th chapter but narration was terrible story was boring and two many characters to keep and and two many sub plots

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  • susan fletcher
  • 08-09-2020

Good Prose; Poor Story

The prose is of a good standard; expect some rich descriptions and fine scene-setting.

The narration is first-rate.

The storyline of the 2 books is very poor. Also, the anti-British sentiment that creeps in from time to time appears to have been written from a very blinkered pro-USA stance. For example, the negative critique of the RAF bombings of Dresden was 1-dimensional and lazy (even in the context of a lightweight novel like these 2).

Not great books, but not really awful either.

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