1945: In Europe, the Third Reich reigns triumphant. The Soviet Union is a fragment of its former self, and Britain has accepted a dictated armistice. In the Pacific, after a brief war with Japan, America is the only significant military presence. Now, the world's two remaining super powers warily eye each other across a rapidly dwindling Atlantic ...
1945: In Europe, the Third Reich reigns triumphant. The Soviet Union is a fragment of its former self, and Britain has accepted a dictated armistice. In the Pacific, after a brief war with Japan, America is the only significant military presence. Now, the world's two remaining super powers warily eye each other across a rapidly dwindling Atlantic Ocean. The Big Show is about to start. . . .
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New in new dust jacket. New Listed per Alibris new guidelines NEW First Printing Small pub. mark on bottom edge. DJ Not clipped. Kept protected in plastic wrap. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 382 p. Audience: General/trade.
New in new dust jacket. Signed by author. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 400 p. Audience: General/trade. THIS IS SIGNED BY NEWT GINGRICH THIS IS A FIRST PRINTING 1995 AUGUST THE BOOK HAS A REMAINDER MARK THE BOOK IS IN BRAND NEW UNUSED CONDITION
Admittedly, I'm not a big fan of Newt Gingrich politically speaking. However, I live in East Tennessee where this novel is set and I wanted to like it. Actually, if you can ignore the occasional not-so-subtle rhetoric (i.e., due to Americans' Second Amendment rights, countryfolk with their rifles and shotguns can drive off hordes of well armed Nazis), it's kind of a fun read. However, Newt left us hanging after the Oak Ridge nuclear facility is destroyed, and the bad guy gets away. That was supposed to prime the reader for the next volume when, assumedly, the Americans would triumph over the evil Germans. However, Volume 2 was never published so it leaves you feeling like the United States lost this imaginary war. If I had known I'd get only half the story, I wouldn't have started the book.
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