Our ride back was like some harebrained rum run. Colonel Spanner drove hard and fast, shouldering the steering wheel one way, then the other, a blur of trees and fields, and he whooped as we caught our breath for the next turn and I couldn't get a word in even if I dared try.
Liberated: A Novel of Germany, 1945 by Steve Anderson. Liberated is the second book in Anderson's WWII "Kaspar Brothers" series, following, The Losing Role, which I reviewed here. Harry Kaspar, the hero in this book, is the older brother of the main character of the earlier book, Max Kaspar.
Steve has been busy lately. In addition to Liberated, in 2014 he published another exiting novel set during WWII called Under False Flags. He explains the real life war adventure that inspired Under False Flags in this essay, War as a Deadly Swindle.
And his translation of a German thriller, Mark of Cain by Marcus Hünnebeck, is available now in a Kindle edition, soon to be released in paperback.
Read my earlier interview of Steve Anderson, here.
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