Amerikan Eagle

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Bantam Books, 2011 - Fiction - 533 pages
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A good cop. A bad choice. Let history be the judge.

In 1943, in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Sam Miller is a cop supporting a family and trying to stay on the right side of his boss, the law, and his conscience. Then a body is found by the railroad tracks, a number tattooed on the victim’s wrist. It is a case Sam could walk away from. It is a case he will be ordered to drop. And it is case that leads him into a lethal vortex of politics, espionage, rebellion, and international intrigue.

As war rages in Europe, a new power rises in America. And the people Sam thinks he knows best—his wife, his brother, his colleagues—reveal new identities. In a formerly close-knit city by the sea, where no one is above suspicion and no one is safe, a global summit is about to take place. On that day, history will be changed. And millions of people will live or die, all because Sam Miller has been a very good cop—faced with a very bad choice.

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User Review  - velopunk - LibraryThing

Interesting addition to alternate histories of WW II. FDR is assassinated before assuming office. John Nance Garner has one lackluster term and decides no to run for re-election. Huey Long runs and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bob - Goodreads

This is an interesting book, so far, about a murder in New Hampshire during WW II, but with an alternative history spin with changes in the US and it's stance during the war. Very intriguing and really makes you think about protecting our own civil liberties. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Alan Glenn lives in New Hampshire, where he is at work on his next novel.

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