“Six Million Accusers” is a historical novel reliving the hunt for, and capture of one of history’s most evil criminals – a leading Nazi named Adolf Eichmann.
Having disappeared after WWII, members of an Israeli organization search the world for Eichmann, hoping to one day capture one of the men responsible for brutally massacring millions of Jews, and others. Following any tip possible, eventually they discover a Jewish father and daughter who swear Eichmann quietly lives in their community, under a new name. The search for Eichmann ramps up, and the agents begin to fervently believe they have found their man.
As they get closer and closer, a plan must also be created to capture Eichmann, and secretly transport the villain back to Israel. Is it really Eichmann? And if so, what complications may arise that might destroy their plans to have this notorious Nazi held responsible for his crimes?
This is a gripping tale that chilled me to the bone!
Although this story is told by a fictitious Mossad officer, the author brings him to life by including historical actualities. I was immediately entranced by Hiam’s tale and exhilarated as his chase began. You’d have to be made of stone not to be affected by the characters and the sacrifices made, in the name of the “Accusers”.
After the emotional journey this novel chartered, I would read ANYTHING D. Lawrence-Young wrote. The historical significance and the brilliant manner in which this tale is delivered will educate, while keeping you entertained. Excellent read!
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D. Lawrence-Young takes the often pompous and frequently silly “Shakespeare Authorship Controversy” and turns it into a fast-paced page-turning detective story. All the nooks and crannies of rival candidates and claims are traversed in interesting locations and often funny encounters. The SAC has got under the Shakespeare-loving and teaching David Young’s skin and he has turned this irritant into a pleasure to read and from which there is much to learn.
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