THE FÜHRER'S DAUGHTER (Episode 1 of 5)

THE FÜHRER'S DAUGHTER (Episode 1 of 5)

by Joshua Graham, R.J. Patterson

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BN ID: 2940046287172
Publisher: Redhaven Books
Publication date: 07/23/2014
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 159,925
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

JOSHUA GRAHAM is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Beyond Justice, Terminus, and Darkroom, the winner of the International Book Award, Forward National Literature Award, USA Book News Best Books Award, and host of Thriller Radio. His award-winning novel DARKROOM hit 3 bestseller lists on Amazon the night of its release.

CBS NEWS described DARKROOM as a book with "action, political intrigue and well-rounded characters...a novel that thriller fans will devour."

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY described BEYOND JUSTICE as: "A riveting legal thriller...breaking new ground with a vengeance...demonically entertaining and surprisingly inspiring."

Suspense Magazine listed BEYOND JUSTICE in its BEST OF 2010, alongside titles by Scott Turrow, Ted Dekker, Steven James and Brad Thor.

Many of Graham's readers blame him for sleepless nights, arriving to work late, neglected dishes and family members, and not allowing them to put the book down.

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JACK PATTERSON is an award-winning writer and thriller author living in the Pacific Northwest. While growing up in a military family, he spent some of his formative years living with his family on the estate of an English baron and baroness. It was there that he developed his passion for good literature and an appreciation for football.

Upon returning to the United States, Jack entered the field of journalism where he won numerous writing awards and has written articles for many prestigious U.S. newspapers, including The New York Times. He later left journalism full-time to pursue writing books and now resides in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and three young children. He plans to write many more thrilling novels unless the CIA presses him into service to save the world.

"The Warren Omissions", a high-stakes thriller in which ex-CIA operative James Flynn uncovers who was behind the conspiracy to assassinate JFK before being pressed into service to stop another assassination and nuclear world war, is his latest novel.

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THE FÜHRER'S DAUGHTER (Episode 1 of 5) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SheilaDeeth More than 1 year ago
Author Joshua Graham declares at the outset that his Fuhrer’s Daughter series will be complete in 5 sections, but he offers readers a complete enough and enjoyable tale of revelation and consequences in this first episode. Set in an alternate present-day where Germany conquered America in WWII, the novel follows a teenaged protagonist, daughter of America’s fuhrer, just about to come of age and step into her duties to the fatherland. But all is not as it seems in Gracie’s world, and someone seems determined to sow doubts in her mind. Society’s attitudes to the world’s imperfections are gradually and convincingly revealed as Gracie—a gracious protagonist whose intelligence won’t quite lead her to questions and betrayal until someone pushes her—follows a curiously childish clue through to its life-changing conclusion. While readers will easily guess what’s going on, what’s harder to guess is who’s behind it, how Gracie will escape, and what will she do then. Meanwhile our modern society is mirrored, darkly, giving this novel (and series) depth and meaning beyond the surface fiction. Fast-paced, intriguing, nicely non-didactic, and offering plenty of food for thought, the Fuhrer’s Daughter is a series worth starting and, I’m sure, worth following through to its finish. Disclosure: I won a copy and I offer my honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hard to put down. I read it all at once. Looking forward to reading the rest of the series.