Mother Night: A Novel
Mother Night is a daring challenge to our moral sense. American Howard W. Campbell, Jr., a spy during World War II, is now on trial in Israel as a Nazi war criminal. But is he really guilty? In this brilliant book rife with true gallows humor, Vonnegut turns black and white into a chilling shade of gray with a verdict that will haunt us all.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Nickidemus - LibraryThing
The Basics Howard W. Campbell Jr. is a loyal Nazi. But he’s also an American spy. But he’s responsible for the deaths of millions. But he saved millions of lives. And he can’t decide what holds more ... Read full review
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Howard W. Campbell jr. An apolitical American ex-expatriate living in Berlin, becomes a higher-up in the Nazi Propaganda Ministry. His various trials and the bribes handed out to him by both sides, in WWII and after, define the rest of his life. "Be Careful who you pretend to be..." Read full review