Eden's Gate by David Hagberg

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A wall has gone up and come down since the end of the Second World War, and Germany is once again united. As Berlin rebuilds, the German authorities ask the U.S. for help. Ex-Stasi Captain Helmut Speyer is wanted in his homeland for crimes committed in East Germany under the communist regime. And now Speyer and his group of commandos are up to something in their Montana compound-something that has Germany looking over its shoulder in fear.

Former National Security agent Bill Lane and his wife mount an operation to stop Speyer and his commandos. Racing him to the infamous bunker Reichsamt 17, the site of some of the Nazi's most horrific experiments, Speyer is after one of the deadliest weapons ever made. A race for time with Washington D.C. the hostage.

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About David Hagberg

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DAVID HAGBERG is a former Air Force cryptographer who has traveled extensively in Europe, the Arctic, and the Caribbean and has spoken at CIA functions. He has published more than twenty novels of suspense, including the bestselling Allah's Scorpion, Dance With the Dragon, and The Expediter. He makes his home in Sarasota, Florida.
Published July 7, 2002 by Forge Books. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction

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This time, intrepid secret agent man William Lane (just think "Rocky the Flying Squirrel") and his ever lovely wife and partner, Frances Shipley ("Bullwinkle" with a Brit accent), are on the trail of former East German secret policeman Helmut Speyer and his wife, Gloria Swanson (à la "Boris and N...

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