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review Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ó Thomas H. Cook Thomas H. Cook Ó 0 characters read What's in a Name? But there is a part of Franklin Altman that misses the war A rare books dealer living in New York City Altman has devoted his life to studying the history of the Weimar Republic when all of Europe hung in the balance and it seemed it would take but a single spark to set the world ablaze Why did that spark never co. It s one of the Bibliomystery series of novellas some of which are good This one is an OK story but nothing exceptional about itreview Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ó Thomas H. Cook
review Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ó Thomas H. Cook Thomas H. Cook Ó 0 characters read What's in a Name? Me Altman is musing on these uestions one evening when a man comes into his shop An aged German veteran with a limp and the faint shakes of Parkinson’s he is about to teach Altman that in history the devil is in the details The Bibliomysteries are a series of short tales about deadly books by top mystery authors. Pas mauvais mais immens ment pr visible
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review Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ó Thomas H. Cook Thomas H. Cook Ó 0 characters read What's in a Name? Five decades after war’s end a rare books dealer receives a strange visitor The guns went silent on November 11 1918 never to fire again Throughout the 1920s unrest seethed across Europe and Fascists battled Communists in the streets of Berlin but democracy won out For years peace has prevailed around the world. I really enjoyed this It is essentially a conversation between two veterans of World War I the mystery lies in their respective identities Recommended
- What's in a Name?
- Thomas H. Cook
- 20 December 2020