Deadfall in Berlin

Deadfall in Berlin

Robert Alexander / Oct 17, 2019

Deadfall in Berlin Thirty years after his mother s murder in war torn Berlin Will a Chicago actor explores via hypnosis what he may have witnessed as a young boy Reliving those last days of World War II he finds not

  • Title: Deadfall in Berlin
  • Author: Robert Alexander
  • ISBN: 2940012332783
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Nook
  • Thirty years after his mother s murder in war torn Berlin, Will, a Chicago actor, explores via hypnosis what he may have witnessed as a young boy Reliving those last days of World War II, he finds not only long buried truths, but a killer still very much on the hunt Told with haunting detail of the last days of the war, DEADFALL IN BERLIN was an Edgar Nominee for Best NoThirty years after his mother s murder in war torn Berlin, Will, a Chicago actor, explores via hypnosis what he may have witnessed as a young boy Reliving those last days of World War II, he finds not only long buried truths, but a killer still very much on the hunt Told with haunting detail of the last days of the war, DEADFALL IN BERLIN was an Edgar Nominee for Best Novel.

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    About "Robert Alexander"

      • Robert Alexander

        Robert Alexander is the author of the bestselling novels Rasputin s Daughter, The Kitchen Boy, and the forthcoming The Romanov Bride He has spent over thirty years traveling to Russia, where he has studied and also worked for the U.S government He speaks frequently to book clubs, and the schedule for his live video webcasts can be found at his website robertalexanderbooks


    544 Comments

    1. 40 year old Will is a struggling actor in 1975 in Chicago. He was adopted by an American family following the murder of his mother in Berlin near the end of World War II. His attempts to conceal his background and the details of his mother's death have been so successful that he has blocked out much of it from himself. Will begins to see a hypnotherapist, Alecia, in an attempt to recover his lost memories. From the start of the book, Will is under siege: a car attempts to run him down, his files [...]


    2. This is one of the best post World War II books I have ever read.The plot's premise in a nutshell is: A hypnotherapist tries to make a patient open up his repressed memories although they are terrorizing. (They did a good job on me.) The patient goes along with the therapist because someone from his past is trying to do away with him.This book is written so well that, if I didn't know the author had other novels, I would have thought this to be from real life. The plot is intriguing, very rich, [...]


    3. Well written,interesting historical information, extremely emotional drama about the end of WWII in Berlin, a fascinating perspective of all the inhabitants in war torn Germany and what they had to endure. Poor Willi, a child who endured so much but not remembering as an adult all he suffered with everything hidden in his repressed memories. A unique way of telling Will's relationship with his mother which was a large part of this novel and how during the last days of the war his feelings change [...]


    4. Wonderfully written, it had an interesting concept. Only one part really bugged me: when the therapist threatened to put the villain in "permanent regression". Seemed like a silly one-liner you'd hear in an action film. Over all, an extremely emotional piece that brings you to the other side of the war, and the story of Berliners trying to escape the wrath of the Allies and Axis alike.


    5. I didn't really care about Will's character, which made it hard for me to care about who was trying to kill him. Also found the regression therapy annoyingly easy for him to slip in and out of.


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