In Hitler's House: A Novel: Book II Paperback
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|Book Description||In book two of In Hitler's House, Willy Weber and Carlotta Krause descend into the depths of the espionage game as World War II rages around them. Working at once against Hitler and often at odds with one another, each fears getting an order to assassinate the other. Meanwhile, the allies dither over whether or not they should be assigned to assassinate Hitler., , Their love grows more intense and more desperate. Carlotta, with her hidden Jewish background, comes into ever greater danger of being sent to a concentration camp. Willy, who is now responsible for delivering certain essential war materials to the Reich, must play a dangerous game as he contrives to short the orders on instructions from his handler, master spy Paul Dukes. Hitler becomes increasingly suspicious that Willy is actually a spy and saboteur, but his love for him as the son he never had prevents him from acting on his suspicions...until it doesn't., , As the war intensifies, the increasingly deranged Hitler makes more and more bizarre sexual demands on both Willy and Carlotta, to the point that they are forced to do things with him that will haunt them for the rest of their lives., , The battle within Hitler's very secret innermost circle parallels the war unfolding beyond the peaceful Untersberg and Hitler's mountain hideaway the Berghof, where intrigue abounds and danger hides in every shadow., , Jonathan White Lane is the pseudonym of a scholar of both 20th Century and classical history.|
|Number of Pages||552|