The arms maker of Berlin

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Thorndike Press , Waterville, Me
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, -- 1906-1945 -- Fiction, Weisse Rose (Resistance group) -- Fiction, History teachers -- Fiction, World War, 1939-1945 -- Archival resources -- Fiction, Large type
Statementby Dan Fesperman.
GenreFiction
SeriesThorndike Press large print thriller
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3556.E778 A89 2009b
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23668680M
ISBN 101410421465
ISBN 139781410421463
LC Control Number2009033543

The Arms Maker of Berlin is a curious book. Its essentially an Indiana Jones-style hunt for important historical documents, with a tangle of individuals and groups also after the prize.

Its a book that left me a little conflicted. It really shouldnt have worked. The prose was workmanlike and sometimes clunky/5(). The Arms Maker of Berlin is a curious book. It's essentially an Indiana Jones-style hunt for important historical documents, with a tangle of individuals and groups also after the prize.

It's a book that left me a little conflicted. It really shouldn't have worked. The prose was workmanlike and sometimes clunky.4/5(52). The Arms Maker of Berlin is a curious book.

It's essentially an Indiana Jones-style hunt for important historical documents, with a tangle of individuals and groups also after the prize. It's a book that left me a little conflicted. It really shouldn't have worked. The prose was workmanlike and sometimes clunky.4/5(52). The archive is a time bomb of sensitive material, but key documents are still missing, and the FBI dispatches Nat to track them down.

Following a trail of cryptic clues, Nat's journeys to Germany, where he soon crosses paths with Berta, a gorgeous and mysterious student and Kurt Bauer, an arms billionaire with a dark past/5(5).

The Arms Maker of Berlin Dan Fesperman, Author. Knopf $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS Buy this book. You come away from a Fesperman novel not only abuzz with the exhilaration of the chase, but also aware that you've absorbed something of the complexity of the world's conflicts Fesperman's characters in The Arms Maker of Berlin, particularly Bauer, are smartly imagined and subtly drawn."—.

The Arms Maker of Berlin by Dan Fesperman is a novel taking place in present time, as well as in Nazi Germany’s Berlin. The book mixes espionage and suspense while telling parallel stories.

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At 1 a.m. in a Pennsylvania library, Nat Turnbull's cell phone rings. The arms maker of Berlin. [Dan Fesperman] -- "Nat Turnbull is a history professor who specialises in the German resistance.

When his estranged mentor, Gordon Wolfe, is arrested for possession of stolen World War II arhcives, Nat's hardly.

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The arms maker of Berlin. [Dan Fesperman] -- A professor of German history learns that his estranged mentor is arrested for possessing stolen World War II archives, and aids the FBI in the search for missing documents in Berlin, where he. The Arms Maker of Berlin weaves a plausible and intricate plot and peoples it with psychologically complicated and therefore interesting characters.

Kurt Bauer's tormented and tragic life is exceptionally thought-provoking/5(5). THE ARMS MAKER OF BERLIN.

by Dan Fesperman. BUY NOW FROM The author finds new life in old clues (invisible ink, a book holding a pressed rose) as he constructs an intricate plot. Nat Turnbull, a professor of modern German history, learns that Pennsylvania police stormed into the home of his mentor, Gordon Wolfe, and removed files Author: Dan Fesperman.

The Arms Maker of Berlin. T hat Fesperman has Hitchcock in mind in his new novel is evident from the outset, when history professor Nat Turnbull is. The information about The Arms Maker of Berlin shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.

In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. About The Arms Maker of Berlin An unflinching thriller from Dan Fesperman that takes us deep into the White Rose resistance movement during World War II.

When Nat Turnbull’s mentor, Gordon Wolfe, is arrested for possession of a missing WWII secret service archive and then turns up dead in jail, Nat’s quiet academic life is suddenly thrown into tumult. This powerfully suspenseful new novel from Dan Fesperman takes us deep into the early s in Switzerland and Germany as it traces the long reach of the wartime intrigues of the White Rose student movement, which dared to speak out against Hitler.

The arms maker of Berlin by Dan Fesperman. Publication date Topics Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, -- -- Fiction, Weisse Rose (Resistance group) -- Fiction, History teachers -- Fiction, World War, -- Archival resources -- Fiction, Large type books Internet Archive Books Pages: The arms maker of Berlin, Dan Fesperman.

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(alk. paper), Toronto Public Library. West Berlin, Helen Abell oversees the CIA's network of safe houses, rare havens for field agents and case officers amidst the dangerous milieu of a city in the grips of the Cold War.

Helen's world is upended when, during her routine inspection of an agency property, she overhears a meeting between two unfamiliar people speaking a coded language that hints at shadowy realities far beyond her. The Arms Maker of Berlin (Book): Fesperman, Dan: "This powerfully suspenseful new novel from Dan Fesperman takes us deep into the early s in Switzerland and Germany as it traces the long reach of the wartime intrigues of the White Rose student movement, which dared to speak out against Hitler." "When Nat Turnbull, a history professor who specializes in the German resistance, gets the.

The Arms Maker of Berlin. Author(s): Dan Fesperman. Location(s): Berlin TripFiction would receive invitations to attend book launches, physically, in the presence of Read More.

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Nat Turnbull, a history professor who specializes in the German resistance, is only mildly surprised when his estranged mentor, Gordon Wolfe.

The Arms Maker of Berlin (Book): Fesperman, Dan. Help Help, opens a new window. The Arms Maker of Berlin is a curious book. It's essentially an Indiana Jones-style hunt for important historical documents, with a tangle of individuals and groups also after the prize.

It's a book that left me a little conflicted. It really shouldn't have worked. The prose was workmanlike and sometimes clunky/5(27). The Arms Maker of Berlin (Paperback) By Dan Fesperman.

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A good read in which our history professor hero gets involved in a flashback to OSS doings at the end of WWII. Turns out his mentor for all these years worked for Allen Dulles in Switzerland, debriefed the son of a German arms manufacturer who wanted to work with the Americans once the handwriting was on the wall, and was shot while on a mission across enemy lines.

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Kindle Store Go Search Black Friday Sale Christmas Shop 4/5(6).The Arms Maker of Berlin is a curious book. It's essentially an Indiana Jones-style hunt for important historical documents, with a tangle of individuals and groups also after the prize. It's a book that left me a little conflicted.

It really shouldn't have worked. The prose was workmanlike and sometimes clunky/5.As he follows a trail of cryptic clues left behind by Gordon, assisted by an attractive academic with questionable motives, Nat’s quest takes him to Bern and Berlin, where his path soon crosses that of Kurt Bauer, an aging German arms merchant still hoarding his own wartime secrets.