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Robert Edric The Kingdom of Ashes
Pages: 400, Edition: First UK Edition, First Printing, Hardcover, ...
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by - written on 16/09/08 (Very useful, 233 readings)
Alex Foster is a young English officer stationed in a small town near Hannover just after the Second World War. While the show trials are taking place in Nuremburg, Alex's role is to interview men suspected of 'lesser' war crimes to establish whether there is a case to be answered. He finds himself in an uncomfortable position when Colonel Preston, an American officer, comes to the camp and instructs him to interview a man suspected of having being involved in the brutal execution of a large number of partisans. Although they do not give much away, Alex realises that Preston and his own superior, Dyer, expect Alex to come to only one conclusion; but when Alex meets the .. Read the complete review
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