|Night and Fog (1974) [Novel]|
by Klaus Netzen
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Series: Killers, the
(From the publisher):
Night and Fog! The words carved over the dark entrances of German concentration camps. For everyone who entered there, those words meant an end of all hope.
Few men or women ever tried to escape from these camps, and fewer still succeeded. For most, the only way to freedom lay through the gas chambers and the crematoria. Yet, one man risks all to break into a camp. That man is John Standish, leader of the Killers.
The camp, one hundred and sixty miles south-west of Warsaw, is Auschwitz!
Despite the dangers, Standish coldly puts his life at risk in that place of absolute death to try and rescue a man. One man whose secret could shorten the war - or even end it...
This, the third story in the savage Killers' series, is played out against the background of war-ravaged Eurpe in 1941. A time when England stood alone.
Original title: Night and Fog
Alternative titles: Mission into Auschwitz
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Military and Naval Adventure
Fiction→ Historical→ World War II