Hitler's Judas [NOOK Book]

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How ironic that the man closest to Adolf Hitler will betray him and turn his back on the Third Reich, Hitler, a mistress, and even his own family... No one within the insane world of Nazi Germany is aware that behind Martin Bormann’s benign personality and quiet, but highly competent devotion to duty lurks a brilliant mind driven by one thing only — self preservation. Gaining Hitler’s full trust is easy for him, and soon he will actually become the second most powerful man in Hitler’s regime. When, in 1942, ...
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Hitler's Judas

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How ironic that the man closest to Adolf Hitler will betray him and turn his back on the Third Reich, Hitler, a mistress, and even his own family... No one within the insane world of Nazi Germany is aware that behind Martin Bormann’s benign personality and quiet, but highly competent devotion to duty lurks a brilliant mind driven by one thing only — self preservation. Gaining Hitler’s full trust is easy for him, and soon he will actually become the second most powerful man in Hitler’s regime. When, in 1942, Hitler decides to invade Russia, Bormann knows that folly will bring a rapid and inglorious end to Hitler’s boast of a thousand year Nazi reign. It is then and there Bormann begins to secretly plan his escape. Ruthless as he is intelligent, he will use any means at his disposal to get away from doomsday, and not as a pauper either! Part of his intricate plan, perhaps the easiest part, is to steal and secret away millions in gold, with not a single pang of conscious. By contrast, Horst Von Hellenbach, a young U-boat officer, is torn between his own conscience and his duty. He despises the Hitler regime, and his heart aches for the country he so loves, which is being ruined by the war of a mad man. Even so, he performs his duty from an inbred sense of honor, and will rise to become Hitler’s top U-boat ace; a true hero of the Third Reich, and honored personally by the Fuehrer himself with the highest medal his country can bestow. No one sees the irony of that more than Horst himself. He has no idea at all that he will be the unwitting final cog in the intricate machinery of Martin Bormann’s escape plan. Their paths will meet in the port of Trondheim, Norway, and end on a lonely strip of sand north of Cape Hatteras, called Pea Island.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984318469
  • Publisher: McBryde Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 9/7/2010
  • Series: Pea Island Gold Trilogy , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 610,992
  • File size: 346 KB

Meet the Author

A Tarheel native and son of amateur musicians and writers, Tom Lewis was born in Rocky Mount, NC, graduated from New Bern High School, and was further educated in the US and Europe. Before retiring to seriously write for publication, Tom spent 38 years as a symphony orchestra conductor in Europe as well as Charlotte, NC, Roswell, NM, Rochester, MN, Tulsa, OK, and Sioux City, IA.
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