A NOVEL OF INTRIGUE AND SUSPENSE

IN PRE-WAR GERMANY

THE BERLIN DOSSIER

 

“What a classic thriller should be.”

Brian Orend, author of ‘The Morality of War.’


“Evocative with haunting undertones. It’s also smart, tight and a solid read.”

Sheila Kindellan-Sheehan, author of bestselling thriller ‘Cutting Corners.’


“A spine-chilling ride through one of the most dangerous periods in human history. Berger makes us believe we are there. A spellbinding read.”

Hugh MacDonald, author of ‘Cold Against The Heart.’


“One of the most refreshing books I’ve read in a long time. Hard to put away at the end of the night without wanting to read more.”

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MENACE, AMBITION and death

Set in Berlin, 1938, and impeccably researched, this period thriller richly evokes the authentic atmosphere of the era.

The protagonist is Edmund Albert Schaeffer, a German-Canadian emigré who struggles to make a living as a freelance journalist. When he happens to meet the beautiful, high-born Katharina Vollbrecht, he's drawn into murder and subterfuge involving key members of the Nazi hierarchy, each conspiring to be Hitler’s successor.

Himmler and Göring, Heydrich and Canaris – they’re all here, with their real-life personalities and ruthless machinations.







Available at:

Amazon: Canada


Amazon: US


Amazon: UK

Also published in Rumanian