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This review is from: The Odessa File (Paperback)
Gripping, tense and brilliant, 'The Odessa File' is simply a stunning piece of literature, a shocking story of the evil crimes commited by a ruthless group of people, and the emotional frustration of one of their victims.
Peter Miller is a freelance journalist in post-war Germany, who by chance comes across the death of an old Jewish man on the night that President Kennedy was assassinated. When the diary that the old man kept is passed onto Miller by a friend in the police force, he reads of the atrocities commited by the Nazi's during the war, who are now protected by the organisation called 'Odessa'. Miller then launches a quest to bring those responsible to justice, risking his own life in the process.
After reading this fantastic book, you should consider that 'Odessa' existed, and the obvious question is pondered: 'How can this be fiction'?