By Jack Hayes
For Captain Maddox, it will likely be the strangest undertaking of a protracted and difficult war.
Not killing Hitler...but saving him.
Poor well-being has compelled Maddox into retirement after a chain missions that may have complete off lesser males.
He thinks his struggle is over.
Then significant Lyle turns up at his door with one final activity.
The Allies are looking to trap certainly one of Hitler's many doubles - a guy who he believes possesses important info that can shorten the war.
But why do they want Maddox for this strike?
Lyle isn't really asserting.
After assembling a joint British-American workforce, they plan to assault the Nazi fortress the place the fellow they want is located.
But Maddox can feel whatever is incorrect. not anything is going how it used to be planned.
It seems to be that Lyle has a mystery time table.
Soon Maddox's suspicions are proven while an individual at the challenge starts off slowly killing off the staff one through one…
And Maddox is plunged into one of many War's darkest episodes - the place acquaintances turn into enemies and enemies associates.
Will he shop Hitler? Or his personal skin...
'Saving Hitler' is the 3rd within the full-throttle WWII event Maddox sequence. it's ideal for lovers of Jack Higgins and Alistair MacLean.
'An explosive motion mystery that throws new mild on WWII'.' - Tom Kasey, best-selling writer of 'The Dante Conspiracy'.
Jack Hayes is an writer and journalist residing in London. His books contain the best-selling ‘Candleburn’, 'Blood purple Sea', 'Overtime' and 'Dead guy Rising'.
Endeavour Press is the UK's prime self reliant writer of electronic books.