It’s April 1964, Hitler is still in power and Germany rules Europe. A body is pulled from a lake and Xavier March is the detective assigned to the case. It turns out to be a Nazi official. As March investigates, he discovers more about the past of the man and his involvement in Nazi policy. This results in him making powerful enemies within the Gestapo and put a meeting between Germany and America in jeopardy.

Fatherland is a thriller that increases in tension as it progresses. Each discovery March makes leads to more questions and puts him in more danger. As the tension increases, so does the pace of the novel. It took me some time to get into it, but it’s a good book.

Rating (out of 5): ****


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