Even thousands of miles from the front lines, locked in a Canadian prisoner-of-war camp, death isn’t far away.
When Chef Schlipal is found dead, Sergeant August Neumann, head of Camp Civil Security and decorated German war hero, must find out what would drive the men of the camp, brothers-in-arms, to turn on each other. He’s learned, of course, that beneath the veneer of duty and honour, the camp is anything but civil.
When the trail of clues ends at the edge of the prison yard, Neumann must consider a crime bigger than the camp. Is someone getting out of the prison? If so, can he follow? If he can’t, he might have to live with the dishonour of Camp 133.
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this was a unique crime-drama that uses the time period to its advantage, the characters felt like real people and I felt for them.
A great follow-on book to his first one (Traitor in Camp 133.) The story is well developed and I found the characters to be life like and interesting. This is a great mystery novel that all will enjoy! Thank you to #NetGalley for the ARC in exchange for my honest review.