The Reichsbank Gold

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The Reichsbank Gold

When Germany Is Under Attack, a Lethal Response Is Required.

Department 89 is a secretive German government department that deals with threats to the state. They are unofficial, ruthless, and above the law. They answer only to the German chancellor and they are deniable.

Their boss is Captain Sophie Decker, formerly of German Intelligence. She got the top job at Department 89 after she saved the Chancellor's life from an assassin. Now she is putting her special and deadly skills to work on Germany's enemies, both foreign and domestic.
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February 1945 : With the war nearly over, the Nazi regime moves their entire cash and gold reserves worth billions, from Berlin to the salt mines of Merkers. But some of the gold never makes it there, and it is never found again.

September 2017 : A fierce national election campaign is being fought out in Germany. Extreme right-wing nationalists, connected to a major election candidate, are terrorising the streets and murdering at will. Somehow, it is all connected to the missing Nazi gold 70 years before.

Captain Sophie Decker of the elite, secretive, and ruthless Department 89 is given an order by the beleaguered Chancellor. Take down the terrorists and find the missing Nazi gold. But someone has their own secret agenda.

German democracy is at stake – and only Department 89 can save it.

Series: Department 89, Book 2
Genre: Thriller
Tag: Department 89
Publisher: Obsessed With Books
Publication Year: 2017
Format: eBook
Length: Complete Novel
ISBN: 9781386360513

List Price: 8.99
eBook Price: 4.99
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Mark O'Neill

Mark O'NeillMark O'Neill is a former technology journalist and government civil servant. Originally from Scotland, he has been writing for nearly 30 years, both for money and for pleasure.

An incurable bibliophile with over 1,000 books, Mark lives in Germany with his wife and dog.

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