The Bleiberg Project by David Khara
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Our heroes must survive to fight another day so there’s no real suspense. That’s the price paid by all authors who announce a series unless they introduce some humour. Everyone forgives an author for a loss of thrills if he or she makes us smile as we read. Sadly, The Bleiberg Project is rather straight-faced but still very entertaining.
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A Search for the Truth
An adrenaline-packed ride to save the world from a horrific conspiracy straight out of the darkest hours of history.

Are Hitler’s atrocities really over? For depressive Wall Street trader Jeremy Corbin, absolute truths become undeniable lies overnight. He finds out his long-lost father is dead, he discovers his boss's real identity, and he ends up boarding a plane to Zurich. He has a Nazi medallion in his pocket, a hot CIA bodyguard next to him, and a clearly dangerous Mossad agent on his tail. What was his father investigating? Why was his mother assassinated? Why are unknown sides fighting over him with automatic weapons? Can the conspiracy be stopped? This fast-paced thriller full of humor and humanity was an instant sensation in France. Think a dash of Robin Cook, a splash of John Grisham, and pinch of Clive Cussler with a very distinctive voice all it's own.

Winner of the Blue Moon Award for Best Thriller, and with over 100,000 copies sold, The Bleiberg Project is the first of the breathtaking, fast-paced Consortium Thriller Series.
“A solid thriller.” –Publishers Weekly

“I loved this thriller.” – Criminalelement.com

“A phenomenon.” –Gérard Collard, TV host, France 5

“An astounding thriller.” –Télé7jours

“Fascinating, written with a sharp style, shock value and a lot of humor” – Serge Perraud, literary critic
 

About David Khara

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The authorFrench author David Khara, a former journalist, top-level sportsman, and entrepreneur, is a full-time writer. Khara wrote his first novel-a vampire thriller-in 2010, before starting his Consortium thriller series. The first thriller in the series, The Bleiberg Project, was an instant success in France, catapulting Khara into the ranks of the country's top thriller writers.The translatorSimon John was born in the United Kingdom. After graduating from Cambridge University, he stage-managed and produced theatre for two years. A quest for wine, women and goat cheese led him to Paris, where he began working in film production and translation. While his focus has been on translating and subtitling movies, such as Michael Haneke's Palme d'Or-winner Love and blockbustersTaken 1 & 2, Simon has also translated for Yasmina Réza, the art magazine L'Officiel Art and gardening manuals. After twenty fertile years and 3,713 goat cheese salads in Paris, he is now based in Berlin.
 
Published April 22, 2013 by Le French Book. 243 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction
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Reviewed by David Marshall on Apr 13 2013

Our heroes must survive to fight another day so there’s no real suspense. That’s the price paid by all authors who announce a series unless they introduce some humour. Everyone forgives an author for a loss of thrills if he or she makes us smile as we read. Sadly, The Bleiberg Project is rather straight-faced but still very entertaining.

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