The Odessa File

The Odessa File

Book - 1972
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A secret organization protecting the identities of former Hitlerites, suffers a defeat when a German journalist sends dossiers anonymously to officials.
Publisher: New York : Viking, c1972.
Characteristics: 337 p.

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wyenotgo
Aug 28, 2015

This is quite different from the usual Forsyth fare: No spies here, although there is certainly no shortage of villans and subversive scheming going on. The arch-enemies here are neo-Nazis. His hero this time is also quite different from the robust types often created by Forsyth; he's a somewhat nebulous second-rate journalist who seems to be getting himself involved way over his head in a situation for which he is ill-equipped. And his motivation for undertaking such a risky enterprise remains a mystery, causing a reader to wonder if he's just a dilettante or if there's more to the story; there is.

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stewstealth
Apr 06, 2014

Fairly well written spy thriller set in 1960's Germany with ex Nazi's being the antagonists. A good beach/airplane book. Worth it for anyone who is interested in the subject.

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