Flowers from Berlin

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, May 1, 1987 - Fiction - 592 pages
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To assure that Adolf Hitler's dream of global domination comes true, a deadly professional killer is dispatched on the most heinous assignment of his murderous career: the assassination of FDR! From the best new suspense writer to come along in a long while--"building a following among addicts of this genre", says the Library Journal.

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Very well written, plot believable, a good summer read! - Goodreads
The ending was also quite cliche. - Goodreads
Even so, it's fun and includes gutsy women characters. - Goodreads
Plot good enough for a movie - Goodreads
His woman character development needs work,very weak. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Jerry Sattin - Goodreads

Frankly, I found this novel disappointing. Not so much in the plot as in the stereotyped characters, including a cartoonish J Edgar Hoover, FDR, and others. This doesn't hold a candle to Ambler, Le Carre, Furst and others in this genre. Read full review

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User Review  - Sandee Priser - Goodreads

I'm not sure whether I've ever read a WW2 espionage novel. But after this, I'd welcome the opportunity to read more. Interesting to think of low-tech espionage and investigations. Looking forward to reading others by the same author. Read full review


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Noel Hynd lives in Culver City, California. He has over four million books in print throughout the world and is the bestselling author of the highly acclaimed novels The Enemy Within, Flowers from Berlin, and Cemetery of Angels, and the previous titles in the Russian Trilogy, Conspiracy in Kiev, Midnight in Madrid, and Countdown in Cairo.

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