The Fury of Rachel Monette – eBook Edition

The Fury of Rachel Monette – eBook Edition
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Publisher: Open Road
Publication Year: 2015
A woman must untangle a dark enigma that dates back to World War II in order to find her kidnapped son in this riveting international thriller.
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Overview

Rachel Monette arrives home to a scene of unspeakable violence: Her French-born husband, Dan, is dead—the victim of a savage stabbing—and her five-year-old son is missing. A neighbor claims she saw a rabbi taking Adam away. But there are no synagogues in Williamstown.

The only clue is a letter Rachel finds in Dan’s safety deposit box. Written in 1942, it’s about the reassignment of three German soldiers to a place called Camp Siegfried in the supposedly unoccupied western part of North Africa. Convinced that the murder and abduction are related to a book Dan recently completed about German-occupied countries during World War II, Rachel travels to North Africa and then on to Israel, where a mass murderer hiding in plain sight is determined to keep the horrors of the past buried forever.