I've just finishing reading The Reichsbank Robbery on kindle, which i really enjoyed. It provided an exciting alternative history to what could have happened to all of the Nazi's riches at the end of the war. This is the first time i've read historical fiction, as the two words combined sounded slightly dubious, but am already on to my next one, Coming Home. It's too early to comment on that one!
Does anybody have any other recommendations for historical fiction? I'm open to anything, but would love a good read about a sniper, as I always find them quite fascinating.
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