A Room Full of Night
A Room Full Of Night has more than its fair share of classic thriller-ingredients: an apartment in Berlin locked in a time capsule ever since the end of WWII; a secret weapon hidden in the Alps for seventy years; a coded message inked into the margins of an old copy of Mein Kampf; a Jewish spy, long dead, but in her time was the mistress of Reinhard Heydrich, head of the Third Reich’s intelligence agency, and architect of the Final Solution. The story pits Stag Maguire, a widower with a limp, against the might of a corporate entity — a security organization known as Tarnhelm — with roots in Germany’s WWII past. Stag, a man who never backs away from a challenge no matter the odds, has only one advantage in this hugely unequal contest – information. He has the key to decode the message hidden in Hitler’s manifesto and perhaps learn the whereabouts of the secret weapon. While the many factual details about Nazi Germany give the story credence, some episodes test belief. Stag, for instance, manages to decipher the secret of the time-untouched apartment, even though Tarnhelm with all its resources failed to do so for seven decades. Nonetheless, A Room Full Of Night will entertain and intrigue both WWII buffs and thriller enthusiasts.
|Page Count||320 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|