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Olic religious beliefs his actions start to put his own family at risk Harbouring the daughter of his lifelong Jewish friend Pierre they are forced into a desperate trek towards neighbouring Switzerland pursued all the way by the German Sicherheitspolizei The Cyclist is the first in Fredrik Nath's series of World War 2 novels The adventures continue in Farewell Bergerac Francesca Pascal Find out about The Cyclist and Fredrik Nath's other holocaust novels in his 3D author room Most of what I have read or seen about Nazi Germany occupying Franc

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The CyclistErgerac Prefecture Auguste Ran Assistant Chief of Police suspects Brunner a German Security Police Major of the crime The Auguste investigates the obsessed he becomes with bringing down the seemingly untouchable BrunnerAuguste begins to realise he has been conveniently ignoring the Nazi atrocities going on around him and understands too late the human cost of his own participation in the internment of the local Jewish populationDriven by conscience and struggling with his Cath I really thought I'd like this book My dad recommended it to me and