The Hitler Error by Mike Slosberg

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1944. Nazi Germany.
The war is in its final, desperate hours. Three high-ranking Nazi officers, using secret orders from the desk of Herman Goering, plan to purloin a fortune in confiscated diamonds.
Sixty years later, Moe Green, a retired octogenarian seeks to determine the value of a German postage stamp, given to him in the war, by a grateful young Holocaust survivor.
But when the stamp’s existence appears on the Internet, killings begin.
The Hitler Error is a fast-paced yarn, filled with twists and turns. The action moves rapidly from New York, Florida, London, Israel and France, as Jake Green, the old man’s son, is sucked into an international scheme to locate the diamonds, involving an elusive and ruthless assassin, an ex-Nazi general whose real identity has long ago been erased, and a beautiful Israeli spy.
The vivid characters and stomach-churning plot will keep you awake, and just when you think the mystery’s been solved, you’ll be off on another path of intrigue.

About Mike Slosberg

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Slosberg is cofounder, Vice Chairman/Chief Creative Officer Emeritus, Digitas
Published June 10, 2008 by Vantage Press, Inc.. 306 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Biographies & Memoirs, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Crime. Non-fiction

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