A woman must untangle a dark enigma that dates back to World War II in order to find her kidnapped son in this riveting international thriller from Peter Abrahams, aka Spencer Quinn, author of the Chet and Bernie Mysteries Rachel Monette arrives home to a scene of unspeakable violence: Her French-born husband, Dan, is deadathe victim of a savage stabbingaand her five-year-old son is missing. A neighbor claims she saw a rabbi taking Adam away. But there are no synagogues in Williamstown. The only clue is a letter Rachel finds in Danas safety deposit box. Written in 1942, itas about the reassignment of three German soldiers to a place called Camp Siegfried in the supposedly unoccupied western part of North Africa. Convinced that the murder and abduction are related to a book Dan recently completed about German-occupied countries during World War II, Rachel travels to North Africa and then on to Israel, where a mass murderer hiding in plain sight is determined to keep the horrors of the past buried forever.Two men, one wearing a white robe, the other in khaki uniform, stood in front of the gendarmerie, watching her. She climbed into ... She took a pocket compass from her bag and set it on the dashboard. When she had ... In her notebook Rachel drew a diagram of what she had seen, and then began a methodical reconnaissance of the area. Using the ... Nevertheless when the jeep hit the dune it was moving fast, fast enough to twist its way to the top and drop off the other side. It landedanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Fury of Rachel Monette|
|Publisher||:||Open Road Media - 2015-07-28|