|Eden's Gate (2001) [Novel]|
by David Hagberg
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Series: Bill Lane
A relic from the Second World War comes back to haunt the governments of the free world, as Bill Lane takes on Kapitšn Helmut Speyer, a former East German Stasi, in a battle to keep closed the German underground bunker known for the past half century as Reichsamt 17.
More than fifty years ago, horrific Nazi experiments occurred in underground bunkers. These experiments were on human guinea pigs. Sealed for all time, the Reichsamt 17 bunker was where the most sinister of all Nazi experiments occurred and where the most terrible of the Nazi secrets are held to this day. And one man knows how to retrieve them.
A wall has gone up and come down since the Second World War, and Germany is once again united. As Berlin rebuilds and again becomes the capital of Germany, erasing forever from the minds of the world the rift that the Cold War had created, German federal authorities ask the United States for help. The Germans want Kapitšn Speyer, Infamous in East Germany for his brutality during the communist regime, Helmut Speyer and his group of commandos are now in the United States, and they are up to something gin their Montana compound, something that keeps the German government looking nervously over its shoulder.
Former National Security Agent Bill Lane and his wife, Frances Shipley, mount an operation to find out what Speyer and his operatives are plotting. Lane has no idea what is in store for him. Inexorably drawn into the dangerous operation, Lane must beat Speyer to the bunker, stop one of the deadliest man-made weapons from being used against the United States, and capture the former Stasi officer before he reaches his Eden, the safe haven of communist Cuba.
Original title: Eden's Gate
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Spy/Espionage
Fiction→ Adventure→ Political Intrigue and Terrorism
- Dedication: "For Laurie, as always"