Echo of the Reich (Chris Bronson Series #5)

Echo of the Reich (Chris Bronson Series #5)

by James Becker
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Echo of the Reich (Chris Bronson Series #5) by James Becker

A deadly weapon uncovered...
A decades-old conspiracy...
A race to save a city...

Berlin, 1936: When African-American Jesse Owens wins four gold medals in the Olympic Games, Hitler refuses to place the medals around Owens’s neck and vows to develop a means of wiping “inferior” races from the earth....

London, 2012: Chris Bronson is ordered to infiltrate a group of anarchists who plan to disrupt the Olympic Games with destruction and violence. When Bronson’s cover is blown, the police call off the operation. But Bronson is convinced that there’s something more sinister at play. On the run from both the police and the militant anarchists, Bronson soon finds himself immersed in a long-buried secret surrounding a Nazi weapon, and a deadly revenge plot that he must stop before it’s too late....

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780451238290
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/02/2012
Series: Chris Bronson Series , #5
Edition description: Original
Pages: 480
Sales rank: 136,827
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 7.50(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

James Becker spent over twenty years in the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm. Throughout his career he has been involved in covert operations in many of the world’s hotspots, including Yemen, Russia, and Northern Ireland. He writes action-adventure novels under the name James Barrington and military history under the name Peter Smith in the UK.

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Echo of the Reich 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Probably the best book ever
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book continues the Chris Bronson series and is a very good read. Instead of using ancient history, the foundation of this book is based off of a secret Nazi project that disappeared at the end of WWII. Like James Rollins, Becker is great at mixing historical fact with fiction. I think anyone who likes Rollins will enjoy his books and, if you have read any of Becker's previous works, this is a must read. Very fast paced and never loses your attention. I couldn't put it down.
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