The berkut

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Random House Publishing Group, 1987 - Fiction - 489 pages
19 Reviews
A riveting thriller set in Russia, Austria, Switzerland and Italy in the last days of World War II and the year thereafter. A classic chase story based on the premise that Hitler did not die in the bunker.

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Review: The Berkut

User Review  - Antone Silva - Goodreads

This was one trudge of a read for me. The story keeps going but in almost every chapter the author tends to constantly over-develop his characters repeatedly and repetitiously which made the book seem ... Read full review

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User Review  - Steve - Goodreads

A great WW2 special ops/espionage adventure, without a lot of the paranoia associated with other writers of the genre. A long and detailed book but very enjoyable. Read full review

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About the author (1987)

Joseph Heywood is the author of four highly acclaimed novels: "The Berkut", "Taxi Dancer", "The Domino Conspiracy", & "The Snowfly". He lives & writes in Portage, Michigan & frequently the wilds of the Upper Peninsula.

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