It all started in Sardinia with the kidnapping of a small boy. This, however, is only the beginning. Soon a series of killings leads the boy's uncle, Yosef, to the sickening realization that someone is murdering survivors of Auschwitz.
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The kidnapping of a young Israeli boy in Sardinia begins this truly horrifying thriller about how the past--in this case the Nazis' Final Solution--is always with us. Steeped in historical research and current events, Easterman's grim story about neo-Nazis keeping old hates alive while working to take over the German and Italian governments is well written and involving. And his lead character, an unreconstructed Israeli terrorist named Yosef, rings with the sad strength of truth.From the Publisher:
From contemporary master of suspense Daniel Easterman comes a heart-stopping new novel of political terror and intrigue, pitting an extraordinary individual against the darkest agents of human depravity in a battle for the very sanity of our species.
A young boy is kidnapped and his captors make outrageous ransom demands.Desperate, the boy's father calls upon his estranged brother-in-law for help.Yosef Abuhatseira is the perfect man for the job:an Israeli patriot, a born hunter, a one-man army of survival skills.Yet nothing Yosef has ever experienced can prepare him for what the rescue mission reveals.
The kidnapping, it seems, is only the beginning.Soon a series of killings leads Yosef to the sickening realization that someone is murdering survivors of Auschwitz.Now he must penetrate the deadly wall of secrecy that surrounds the organization responsible,before they can let loose another Final Solution on humanity.
An expert blend of history, suspense,and modern-day reality,The Final Judgment is a frighteningly compelling journey into the enigmatic and twisted realm of neo-Nazism, and the battle that must be waged against hatred and intolerance before it once again threatens to consume the world.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0006499694