The Valhalla Exchange

The Valhalla Exchange

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by Jack Higgins
     
 

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It is April, 1945. The key to the Nazi high command escape plan is the five prominent Allied captives held in Austria. Securing the prisoners high in the Bavarian Alps, the Nazis don't count on resistance from the captives themselves. Reissue.  See more details below

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It is April, 1945. The key to the Nazi high command escape plan is the five prominent Allied captives held in Austria. Securing the prisoners high in the Bavarian Alps, the Nazis don't count on resistance from the captives themselves. Reissue.

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“Jack Higgins is the master.” —Tom Clancy


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ISBN-13:
9780671000325
Publisher:
Pocket Books
Publication date:
05/28/1996
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
4.26(w) x 6.76(h) x 0.79(d)

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“Jack Higgins is the master.” —Tom Clancy

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Jack Higgins is the New York Times–bestselling author of more than sixty thrillers that have sold over 250 million copies worldwide, including The Eagle Has Landed and The Wolf at the Door. Before beginning his writing career, Higgins served in the British Army along the East German border. He lives in the Channel Islands.


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Valhalla Exchange 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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Good WWII suspense novel. Fiction but it includes some actual events and facts. A few dead sections but once you get towards the end, it's difficult to put down. If you enjoyed Higgins' other WWII novels you'll enjoy this one.
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BulletTrap More than 1 year ago
This book reminded me of a trip to McDonald's. It tastes okay and does the job, but that's about all. The characters are pretty cliché and so are their lines. "All roads lead to hell." The story could have been great, given that the main character was Hitler's right-hand man. Sadly, it was just okay. A final thought (that doesn't give anything away)..If you don't mind the type of story where a spy is a spy because of cutting edge surgery that enables him to look just like someone else then this book might be okay for you.
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StephenBerkley More than 1 year ago
Well, I was expecting a very fast paced suspense thriller but instead I get a very common and typical story which revolves around Russian government and such.