S. M. Janes Auschwitz - SS Death Camp

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Auschwitz - SS Death Camp

 
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In a race against time Nazi Germany must, at any cost, be prevented from accomplishing its goal: European domination through the might of the Atomic Bomb. It is June 1942 when Josef Mortkowicz, one of America’s pre-eminent scientists, volunteers to infiltrate and sabotage the Reich’s parallel nuclear research programme. Events, however, do not go according to plan. Arrested for a minor offence, identified as a Jew and deported to Auschwitz at a time the world knows nothing of the atrocities being perpetrated in the East (the Final Solution a still unknown concept), the Allies have but a few weeks at most to convince the Nazis they have unwittingly captured an absconded key physicist from Washington’s top secret Manhattan Project. Lieutenant Miller and his team are sent deep into enemy territory with the urgent brief to rescue and return. But to succeed they must fail. Mortkowicz has to be brought to the attention of the Nazis with cover intact and so Miller is hindered with orders to take rookie W/T operator, Christa Lynton. A combination of insubordination and sheer bad luck results in the team’s imprisonment in Hitler’s most infamous concentration camp where young Christa is subjected to the horrors of physical abuse, mental torture and sexual degradation by her Nazi assailant, SS Untersturmführer Kramer. Cruelly exploited by both Miller and Kramer we see how this vulnerable girl’s decisions and actions, as she fights for survival in an unimaginably inhumane world, influence the outcome of this most crucial of missions. Auschwitz – SS Death Camp skilfully blends fact with fiction taking the reader into the very heart of the camp’s SS hierarchy: a nightmare realm with no rules.

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S M Janes was born in the UK in 1955. Convent educated by the Sisters of Notre Dame her linguistic skills include both German and French. She has travelled Europe extensively and, a couple of years after the Iron Curtain was lifted, visited Auschwitz/Birkenau for research purposes. A lifelong interest in the history of the Third Reich, in particular the Final Solution, has culminated in the writing of this novel. S M Janes lives in Cheshire, England.

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