Genre: Historic Fiction
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Release Date: August 23, 2016
I know the name Andrew Gross from James Patterson books. I liked his work in The One Man so much better.
The novel begins in Chicago where a woman is trying to get her elderly father to talk about his days during WWII. From there, it jumps to Poland, WWII, and Washington D.C.
Two men escape the confines of their concentration camp. Fearing they're about to be caught, they find the opposite when they're saved. They hold information into the truth about the concentration camps and how many men, women, and children are being murdered. Their information makes it to President Roosevelt.
Alfred Mendl, a noted physicist, and his family lose their security in a camp in France. Called out for having forged documents, they're brought to a Nazi concentration camp and separated. Meanwhile, the U.S. government is doing all they can to get Mendl out of there for he is one of two peop…