From the start of this book you have to accept that the story will seem far fetched, although if you believe the conspiracy theories abounding in the world, then it isn't such a leap. Whilst I don't believe the story, nor am I intended to, who can say if any other nazis than the ones we know of, did escape to live their lives out with new identities? None of the doubt about the plot takes anything away from a good, well paced novel, with more twists than Chubby Checker. Is everyone who we are led to believe they are? Who is Otto? Who is behind the spate of 'natural' deaths? How many connected people can die from the same cause before someone starts asking questions? This is another book where you think you are coming to the end only for another twist to rear up before you and take you on another journey.
Whilst not in the same class as Officer Jones, this book won't let go of you easily and will keep you thinking about it when you put it down. It is a good read and you won't feel that you have wasted your time on it.