1945. The day before Hitler commits suicide, he arranges for Nazi leader Martin Bormann to flee to South America in a German U-boat.
1992. 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. The names include high-level citizens from the U.S. and Great Britain , and may implicate the Duke of Windsor himself. The evidence lies in a watertight briefcase on the bottom of the sea. And the desperate search to find it will send shockwaves across the world .
The son of a stonemason attempts to win the hand of a squire’s daughter, in a lush pastoral portrait of nineteenth-century life that depicts the pain of young love and the unpredictable twists of fortune.
This is a book set right after the gulf war. Saddam Hussein is trying to embarrass the new president, Bill Clinton. To do so, he enlists the help of the Cavalli crime family; their mission, to steal The Declaration of Independence. Iraq is paying them ten million dollars to start and ninety million on completion. The Cavalli family enlists the help of the Special Assistant to the President and William O’Reilly, nicknamed Dollar Bill for his ability to forge documents. While the only person to ever successfully forge the declaration took four years, Dollar Bill only took two weeks. The only discernible difference, the word Brittish on the original is spelled correctly on his copy.
Alex, his wife, Sarah, and their young son, Brian, are living happily in Colorado Springs until Christine Helstrum, an escaped mental patient who had killed Alex’s first wife and child, returns to stalk the family.