Death at Nuremberg - W. E. B. Griffin & William E. Butterworth IV

Death at Nuremberg

By Author W. E. B. Griffin & William E. Butterworth IV

  • Release Date: 2017-12-26
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
Death at Nuremberg
Book Rating: 4.5/5
Based on 75 Reviews

Death at Nuremberg - W. E. B. Griffin & William E. Butterworth IV Book Description

Assigned to the Nuremberg war trials, special agent James Cronley, Jr., finds himself fighting several wars at once, in the dramatic new Clandestine Operations novel about the birth of the Central Intelligence Agency and the Cold War.

When Jim Cronley hears he's just won the Legion of Merit, he figures there's another shoe to drop, and it's a big one: he's out as Chief, DCI-Europe. His new assignments, however, couldn't be bigger: to protect the U.S. chief prosecutor in the Nuremberg trials from a rumored Soviet NKGB kidnapping, and to hunt down and dismantle the infamous Odessa, an organization dedicated to helping Nazi war criminals escape to South America.

It doesn't take long for the first attempt on his life, and then the second. NKGB or Odessa? Who can tell? The deeper he pushes, the more secrets tumble out: a scheme to swap Nazi gold for currency, a religious cult organized around Himmler himself, an NKGB agent who is actually working for the Mossad, a German cousin who turns out to be more malevolent than he appears--and a distractingly attractive newspaperwoman who seems to be asking an awful lot of questions. Which one will turn out to be the most dangerous? Cronley wishes he knew.

Book Reviews

  • Death at Nuremberg

    By Singletrack2k
    I pray this not the last of this series. Multifaceted story lines running simultaneously leading to a tie up ending. Love this style of story writing and hope to read the next iteration of "Super Spook" and the others moving in the shadows.
  • Death at Nuremberg

    By NormanBunnell
    When is the next book?
  • Cronley talks too much.

    By Habla_Carnage
    Not the best of the bunch, but does make for a bit of fun. Very little attempt at characterization as Herr Cronley stomps around postwar Europe.