Winter Sniper: A Novel of World War II

Winter Sniper A Novel of World War II During World War II a legendary German sniper is sent to assassinate General Eisenhower when Ike makes a top secret trip to Washington as planning begins for the D Day invasion

  • Title: Winter Sniper: A Novel of World War II
  • Author: David Healey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • During World War II, a legendary German sniper is sent to assassinate General Eisenhower when Ike makes a top secret trip to Washington as planning begins for the D Day invasion.

    One thought on “Winter Sniper: A Novel of World War II”

    1. Too many factual errors to be good historical fiction.This book is full of factual errors. Some examples follow:Location 84 - the German sniper, Bruno Hess, has a Leopold scope mounted on his captured Russian Mosin Nagant sniper rifle. Leupold is an American company which did not supply sights to the Germans or Russians. I can find no reference to Leopold optics. Later in the book the scope is referred to as a Russian PU which was a common Russian scope.Location 161 - (the) "Wehrmacht shivered a [...]

    2. InterestingThe book presents a interesting thought on the possibility of what could have happened or been attempted during WWII. Overall decent sniper book. Well worth it if you have prime or unlimited.

    3. It wasn't too bad. I have read better but this being a short book I wasn't expecting a twisting plot with a few subplots and I wasn't disappointed there. Not too bad though and didn't feel like I had wasted my money.

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