By Rebecca Cantrell
Journalist Hannah Vogel has vowed to by no means back set foot in her fatherland of Germany whereas the Nazis are nonetheless in strength. She has reliable cause: 3 years in the past in 1931, she abducted her "son," Anton, from the guy claiming to be his father--Ernst Rohm, head of the Nazis' SA. a strong guy to not be trifled with, Hannah is familiar with that Rohm won't ever cease trying to find them.
Hannah is requested to put in writing a few zeppelin trip from South the USA to Switzerland, yet Switzerland seems to be too shut. The zeppelin is diverted to Munich, the place Hannah and Anton are abducted and, to Hannah's horror, separated.
It's unfortunate timing for Rohm, notwithstanding. Hitler has ordered the execution of Rohm and countless numbers of his hurricane soldiers and is set to wipe out any final lines of his identify. The evening of the lengthy Knives has begun.
When Rohm is killed sooner than Hannah can be certain Anton's whereabouts, she desperately enlists all of her final assets and associates to find Anton prior to the Nazis do. And the Gestapo is final in…
Thrilling and robust, an evening of lengthy Knives breathtakingly recreates a shattered and betrayed urban because it plunges into darkness.
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A Night of Long Knives (Hannah Vogel, Book 2) by Rebecca Cantrell