The Faust Conspiracy

The Faust Conspiracy Set during World War II The Faust Conspiracy centres on a plot by the Germans to kill Faust the codename for a high ranking British target by sending in Karl Vogel a trained assassin The operatio

  • Title: The Faust Conspiracy
  • Author: James Baddock
  • ISBN: 9780802710819
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Set during World War II, The Faust Conspiracy centres on a plot by the Germans to kill Faust , the codename for a high ranking British target, by sending in Karl Vogel, a trained assassin The operation is partly to forestall the activities of the Anti Hitler Conspiracy, a group of German military officers who want to kill Hitler, replace him and the Nazis with a modSet during World War II, The Faust Conspiracy centres on a plot by the Germans to kill Faust , the codename for a high ranking British target, by sending in Karl Vogel, a trained assassin The operation is partly to forestall the activities of the Anti Hitler Conspiracy, a group of German military officers who want to kill Hitler, replace him and the Nazis with a moderate leadership and negotiate a peace with the UK and the USA This group find out about Vogel s mission, but not who the target is, and decide to send two of their own agents, Keller and Lorenz, into the UK to try and prevent the assassination, realising just how much harm would be done to their own plans if it were to succeed Unfortunately, it is Keller s group that attracts the attention of MI5, triggering a massive manhunt Keller has to prevent Vogel from carrying out his mission while trying to evade capture by MI5 and Faust turns out to be even important than anyone thought

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    1. I wasn't very keen on this book for the first quarter. It's got a lot of canned elements and character clichés. However, unable to keep sleeping early this morning, I went and tore through the rest of the book surprisingly quickly. It might not have the most imaginative details but the writing ended up making for an enjoyable little spy thriller. The ending and epilogue actually threw me through a loop, though I can't say for certain it wasn't from lack of sleep.

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