In Rebecca Cantrell's A Night of Long Knives, the 2nd installment in the Hannah Vogel series, it took place three years later. left off with. She was on the run from the Nazis and Ernst Rohm with Anton, after their zeppelin trip had gotten derailed, when they were kidnapped and separated. And it lead Hannah to a dangerous turn, when people wanted to tear them apart and put them in harm's way. From Hannah's point of view, we saw her struggles on trusting people and finding some help from strangers or acquaintances along the way, while her love for Boris was real as it was for Anton, her "son."
This was another intriguing historical mystery in the Hannah Vogel series, too. I continued to care for Hannah and Anton and Boris as well. I loved the 1930s backdrop in war-torn Europe, especially in Germany. TThere were plenty of twists and turns with historical accuracy in the 1930s during the first World War, that really takes you right there at the war front with actual reality. This would send chills down your spine and leave you breathless and aching later. Great drama, excellent suspense and intrigue and plenty of non-stop action from start to finish. What a rush.
Will you encounter a night of long knives, too? If so, pick up a copy today!
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