The Nuremberg Puzzle (Puzzle Series #4)

The Nuremberg Puzzle (Puzzle Series #4)

by Laurence O'Bryan

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The Nuremberg Puzzle (Puzzle Series #4) by Laurence O'Bryan

A novel they don't want published. Ever. 

Waves of refugees are stirring up deep emotions across Germany. In Nuremberg there is also a final search going on for evidence that will radically alter how we view the Nazis, and the Catholic Church. 

In the middle of all this Sean Ryan flies to Nuremberg to meet his old colleague, Eleni Kibre. She tells him that fascist forces are growing in strength across Germany. She's angry about what she's discovered. 

An hour later she's murdered, grotesquely. 

The police arrive at Sean's hotel to question him. That night Eleni's partner goes missing. 
Soon Sean is on the trail of mass murderers intent on committing genocide in Europe again, and on hiding evidence from the past of previous crimes against humanity. 

Afraid of what's about to happen, Isabel follows Sean to Nuremberg. Her grandfather worked at the Nuremberg trials. She's found out why he committed suicide soon after they ended. His last letter claims that the real culprits were never tried at Nuremberg. 

A jaw dropping secret, hidden for decades, is revealed in The Nuremberg Puzzle. Do not miss this straight-from-the-headlines expose of the real dark forces shaping the fate of Europe and of our world.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153259451
Publisher: Laurence O'Bryan
Publication date: 04/14/2016
Series: Puzzle Series , #4
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 143,307
File size: 440 KB

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The Nuremberg Puzzle 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
toliverc More than 1 year ago
You don't have to look far today to find the type of animus fueling the conflict in The Nuremberg Puzzle. I found the premise all too possible, the plot suspenseful and the characters relatable. The tragic ending left me wondering and cautiously hopeful. I look forward to reading the other novels in O'Bryan's Puzzle series.