Peter Francis' Death Bell has everything you could want in a thriller: suspense, intrigue, espionage, and betrayal. I especially like that he was inspired to write this story from a factual mystery that occurred in World War II. I am referring to the Bell Project, General Hans Kammler's disappearance after the war, and Hitler's secret weapon.
Peter's characters are believable, and the plot has many surprising twists and turns. He keeps the reader guessing about who the "good guys" are and who the "bad guys" are. He builds the momentum as the story develops and I could not put the book down.
The ending is a little unbelievable, but then that is why it is fiction, right?
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and would highly recommend it to everyone. However, I could not give this book a five star rating because of one thing that really disappointed me. There were numerous typos in this book. One or two typos would be no big deal. But there were a lot which diminished the enjoyment of reading the book.
I just do not understand how someone can write such a great story and not be professional enough to thoroughly have it proofread and edited.