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6c2930289c For readers who find historybooks dull and dry, Dietrich has the antidote. This first novel by a Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist is a gripping tale of scientific intrigue set against the eerie, silent white landscape of Antarctica and the bloody, violent backdrop of history itself. Online Reviews for Hadrians Wall:. I did the lead essays and timeline. This is a book different in tone from my Ethan Gage series: more tension, less humor, and a constant quest for identity. Dietrich is also a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, historian, and naturalist. Northwest Passage The Great Columbia River When Lewis and Clark reached the Columbia River in 1805, they found a roaring and unruly river with a treacherous mouth and confusing course, boasting salmon runs without equal in the world. I think Blood of the Reich is my most exciting, evocative book yet. This is a novel that hurtles the reader around the world, with Japanese strafing attacks, Communist bandits, a German SS castle, a lost city, and an abandoned cabin and mine in Washingtons Cascade Mountains. Now, modern science and ancient Tibetan mythology surround adaring zoologist and…mehrGerte: eReadermit KopierschutzeBook HilfeGre: 1.1MBLeseprobeAutorenportrtRezensionen Andere Kunden interessierten sich auch frAlle ProdukteSimon BeckettThe Chemistry Of Death (eBook, ePUB)James PattersonThe Thomas Berryman Number (eBook, ePUB)Mo HayderThe Devil of Nanking (eBook, ePUB)Louise MillarThe Playdate (eBook, ePUB)Nancy BilyeauThe Tapestry (eBook, ePUB) Produktbeschreibung WilliamDietrich.should be read by anyone who loves adventure at its grandest!James Rollins, author of Alter of EdenAtthe height of WWII, a quartet ofdaring American adventurers pits theircunning against a cadre of Nazi S.S.
The idea for the story began when I read non-fiction accounts of a real 1938 Nazi expedition to Tibet, its purpose debated to this day. Informationen Ausland: klicken Sie bitte hier. A master at blending accurate historical fact with fictitiouslove and war storytelling. (March 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) . Back in 1938 New York, museum zoologist Benjamin Hood is recruited by the American government to intercept his old colleague and enemy Kurt Raeder on the Tibetan plateau. Are people really who say they are? Who can be trusted? Are some groups chosen? It explores the Nazi ideas of social Darwinism, and our own era of disunity and tribalism. Evocative and deadly, bloodyand harrowing, this book left me breathless and churning through thelast pages until its jaw-dropping climax.