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At 1 a.m. in a deserted Pennsylvania library, Nat Turnbull's cell phone rings. His former mentor, Professor Gordon Wolfe, has been arrested by the FBI for stealing top-secret archive documents dating back to the Second World War. Coerced by the FBI into examining the archives, Nat finds intriguing references both to Wolfe's activities in an Allied intelligence office during the war and to a mysterious student resistance group in Berlin known as the White Rose. Following Wolfe's cryptic clues to Europe, Nat uncovers a wartime story of love and betrayal that is reaching out from the past to destroy the present. Now Nat is in a desperate race to unlock the truth.
©2009 Dan Fesperman; (P)2009 Isis Publishing Ltd
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2 out of 5 stars
By anita on 11-17-13

dust jacket info misleading. `

What disappointed you about The Arms Maker of Berlin?

I found this slooooow and ponderous.

Did Jeff Harding do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

I adore and will ready almost anything narrated by Jeff Harding, he is what makes ANY BOOK a delight - but , sorry Jeff, even I couldn't wade through this one.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

None - admittedly I only gave it half an hour

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5 out of 5 stars
By Robin on 11-03-09

An arm chair read

This was my first Dan Fesperman book but I sincerely hope not my last. I picked it up with a little hesitation because the nazi era has been done and done again ad nauseum, but this guy 'sucks' you in within the first two minutes and does not let you go till the end of the story. A tale of several different characters each with a different axe to grind, it jumps very clearly from the past to the present as the author fills out the individual stories and links them to the main thread. Be warned, this is not a book to be enjoyed over many sittings, there is too much going on and things happen too quickly for that. Save it for when you have time for a really good read and enjoy it then

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5 out of 5 stars
By chris on 04-27-10

The Arms Maker of Berlin

A fast-paced thriller with complex plots spanning two periods in time - Nazi Germany and modern day - and eventually the period in between. The characters and plots were plausible and kept me gripped throughout, with plenty of plot twists and turns. Jeff Harding's narration is truly excellent.

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