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Jack Higgins Thunder Point The second book in the Sean Dillon series, 1993 For my daughter Hannah Whether Reichsleiter Martin Bormann, Head of the Nazi Party Chancellery and Secretary to Adolf Hitler, the most powerful man in Germany after the Führer, actually escaped from the Führer Bunker in Berlin in the early hours of May 2, 1945, or died trying to cross the Weidendammer Bridge has always been a matter of conjecture. Читать онлайн Thunder Point. The second book in the Sean Dillon series, 1993. For my daughter Hannah.

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Henry Patterson (born 27 July 1929), known by his pen name Jack Higgins, is a British writer. He is one of the best-selling authors of popular thrillers and espionage novels. His breakthrough novel The Eagle Has Landed (1975) sold over 50 million copies and was adapted into a successful film by the same title.

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Action, suspense, and the best setting for any book-the Caribbean! Great dive scenes for anyone into diving.

Read in our apps: iOS. · Android. A diver discovers a priceless treasure off Thunder Point: a German U-boat containing proof that Martin Bormann escaped from Hitler’s bunker, bearing the most explosive secrets of the Third Reich. Among them: the names of British Nazi sympathisers – some of them pillars of the establishment – and the devastating document known as the Windsor Protocol.

Josef Stalin believed him to be alive; Jacob Glas, Bormann’s chauffeur, swore that he saw him in Munich after the war; and Eichmann told the Israelis he was still alive in 1960.

Josef Stalin believed him to be alive; Jacob Glas, Bormann’s chauffeur, swore that he saw him in Munich after the war; and Eichmann told the Israelis he was still alive in 1960 greatest Nazi hunter of them all, always insisted he was alive, and then there was a Spaniard who had served in the German SS who insisted that Bormann had left Norway in a U-boat bound for South America at the very end of the war. PROLOGUE BERLIN - THE FÜHRER BUNKER 30 April 1945 The city seemed to be on fire, a kind of hell on earth, the ground shaking as shells exploded,.

The second book in the Sean Dillon series, 1993. Whether Reichsleiter Martin Bormann, Head of the Nazi Party Chancellery and Secretary to Adolf Hitler, the most powerful man in Germany after the Führer, actually escaped from the Führer Bunker in Berlin in the early hours of May 2, 1945, or died trying to cross the Weidendammer Bridge has always been a matter of conjecture.

Jack Higgins lives on Jersey in the Channel Islands.

The day before Hitler commits suicide, he arranges for Nazi leader Martin Bormann to flee to South America in a German U-boat. Terrorist Sean Dillon is saved from a Yugoslavian firing squad-if he agrees to help the British government retrieve the long-lost documents of Martin Bormann. The wreck of Bormann's U-boat has been discovered in the Caribbean, along with a secret list of Nazi sympathizers. Jack Higgins lives on Jersey in the Channel Islands. Библиографические данные. Thunder Point Sean Dillon (Том 2).

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Comments: (7)

Cordalas
I'm a devoted Jack Higgins reader & especially that Irish rogue Sean Dillon. At 1st I thought I'd missed this one but soon realised I hadn't but kept reading anyway. Originally an enforcer with the IRA Sean has been forced to change camps & work for British Intelligence under Sir Charles Ferguson & his untouchable team who answer only to the PM.
A good friend of a retired British Naval man stumbles across a WW2 German submarine, U180, during a diving trip. He finds a water tight case that when opened has papers signed by Hitler himself ordering safe passage from Germany for Bormann just days before the end of the war. The friend rushes the case to England where his old friend translates what becomes known as the Windsor Protocol, a very dangerous document indeed. It appears there's another briefcase on the sub even more dangerous than the 1st & so the race is on between Sir Charles' team and a wealthy criminal by the name of Santiago, to locate the sub & grab the 2nd case. Santiago is rather prone to killing anyone who gets in his way & is fed up to date progress reports on Sir Charles by a Lord from 1 of Britain's oldest families, a family that stands to lose its honour should the document go public. It's up to Sean to make sure that never happens & so he puts his extensive skill base to good use, kills all the bad guys, grabs the case, saves the day & Britain's history. I'm glad I read Thunder Point. All Jack Higgins' novels are written in a way that you can go back & revisit them very easily.
Raniconne
great read, terrific plot line
Androwyn
This is quite a different sstory line to many of the Dillon books. Makes it a departure and interesting at the same time.
Sti
Derivative.
Chinon
I've read a few of the Sean Dillon books, albiet out of sequence. However the common point is that they are all true to form as easy to read thrillers that are ideal for just relaxing with. Especially good in the window of a coffee shop where you can also watch the world go by :-)
Felolv
Fantastic read!! All of the Sean Dillon books have you totally engrossed in them. Unable to put them down. This has a brilliant plot and a superb ending I can't wait for the next one!!!
Rainbearer
thank you
I'm a big Jack Higgins fan and have enjoyed several Dillon novels. I tend to think the later ones, particularly 'The Judas Gate,' are amongst the best. This early entry wasn't bad. There are only two drawbacks; one, the reason for needing Dillon isn't really made clear. The British Navy must have someone as capable. Two, the novel tends to drag. I don't blame Higgins so much as publishers tend to pressure their writers to write stories with higher word counts but in my opinion, the story would have been better if it were about sixty pages shorter. Still, it's worth a read.
Terror On The High Seas
Thunder Point. Jack Higgins download epub
Author: Jack Higgins
ISBN: 0007456042
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Harper (June 1, 2012)