Hitler’s Angel by William Osborne

Hitler's Angel

Hitler’s Angel is bewitching, and its powerful speech has kept me hooked on to this bundle of phrases like a chain. The author has not wasted a single word of speech, and I also like the way the story is told from third person. The tale itself is a bit like string, weaving around you so you feel wound up with excitement, jealousy, sadness and relief.  When the now code named Leni and Otto Fischer are asked to embark on a mission to rescue a girl named Anjelika from the confinement of an orphanage in World War II, danger and excitement pop out from every crack in the pavement as Otto and Leni travel with a girl who knows nothing about herself, not even that she might be the only person who could put a stop the seemingly endless war….

Hitler’s Angel by William Osborne

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