The Key to Rebecca Book Ô 341 pages Ø Ken follett

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The Key to Rebecca Book Ô 341 pages Ø Ken follett Ø His code name The Sphinx His mission to send Rommel's advancing army the secrets that would unlock the doors to Cairoand the ultimate Nazi triumph in the war And in all of Cairo only two people could stop this brilliant and ruthless Nazi master agent One was a down on His code name The Sphinx His mission to send Rommel's advancing army the secrets that would unlock the doors to Cair If they liked it once they'll love it twice That's the wise rationale behind Follett's new WW II thriller which recycles the same basic scenario now in 1942 Cairo instead of 1944 England that made Eye of the Needle such a winner Again the central figure is a Nazi spy with secrets that could change historyLike many of Follett’s books The Key to Rebecca is rich with captivating historical detail that only adds to the flavor of the book and leaves readers with a better understanding about what World War II was like in the heat of North Africa The book is also populated with a colorful cast of characters that are simultaneously authentic arresting and majorly flawed Readers are sure to find themselves both fascinated and repelled by enigmatic characters like Sonja a famous belly dancer with unusual appetites; and Abdullah a gleefully irreverent and unreliable thiefThe book is filled with so many thrills it is oddly reminiscent of the Indiana Jones movies and those dime store adventure novels from the 1950s at least in the way that it is fun to read and swarming with twists and turns aplenty If you like to learn something while you are entertained then you won’t want to miss Follett’s classic spy thriller tour de force The Key to Rebecca It will have you burning the midnight oil as you stay up late turning pages into the wee hours of the morning until you find out just who wins this epic showdown

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Oand the ultimate Nazi triumph in the war And in all of Cairo only two people could stop this brilliant and ruthless A good WWII spy novel set in Cairo British major must track down a german spy who is assisting Rommel Lots of suspense uite a bit of sex and of course a lot of nasty nazis Recommended

Book â The Key to Rebecca Î Ken Follett

The Key to RebeccaNazi master agent One was a down on his luck English officer no one would listen to The other was a young Jewish gi Follett is excellent with his character development This book is a complete shift from Pillars of the Earth Follett is so talented in his different writing styles Fun things I learned from reading this book 1 don't become a spy2 if I do become a spy don't use my real name3 don't go back to my home town where they can track down my real identity4 it's always better to be on the good team