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The Trade Commissioner

Miller, G. Sson

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ISBN 10: 075520056X / ISBN 13: 9780755200566
Verlag: Authors OnLine Ltd., United Kingdom, 2002
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Titel: The Trade Commissioner

Verlag: Authors OnLine Ltd., United Kingdom

Erscheinungsdatum: 2002

Einband: Trade Paperback

Zustand:Fine

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When a Scandinavian Trade Commissioner to North America finds out that one of his guests to a wine tasting party had been one of Hitler's Aides-de-Camp, it leads to International Industrial Espionage involving murder, extortion and the chance to make a fortune from newly discovered Siberian diamond deposits. As Trade Commissioner for a Scandinavian country with responsibility for trade development with Northwestern USA and Western Canada, Eric Stark learns through his secretary that a German on his invitation list for a wine tasting party at the end of the 1960's had been one of Hitler's aides-de-camp during the entire second world war. When learning from his old friend at La Surete in Paris that one of his business contacts in USA, a French aeronautical engineer with the executive position Foreign Procurement Manager for a major US space and aircraft corporation, was suspected to have been a collaborator with the Nazis during the war, Eric Stark decides to extort a confirmation of that suspicion from the German by letting him understand that he, Eric Stark, is informed about his gruesome role at the side of the Fuhrer. When the German then gets the requested confirmation from a former SS officer in Germany who handled the collaborators in Paris and passes that on, Eric Stark senses he could use that information to extort a partnership with the Frenchman for technology transfers to Moscow, Beirut and Beijing - a power brokerage business to contribute to the maintenance of the balance of terror between the major world powers and thus reduce the risk for a third world war. The outraged German decides to undertake any measures, including murder, to prevent public disclosure of his grisly past. However, Eric Stark succeeds to survive the attempts on his life and can implement his greater scheme together with the Frenchman resulting in huge brokerage fees channeled through Swiss number-accounts to Cayman Islands for investments in a daring diamond joint venture with an English consortium, all based on the newly discovered diamond deposits in Siberia.

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AuthorsOnLine is proud to announce the publication of this sensational new novel by G Sson Miller. Based on true historical fact and using painstaking, high quality background research it gives a chilling account of how high ranking Nazi officials continued to thrive in the post war period. Basing his pivotal character, Jesse Putter, the alias for Hitler’s real life marine aide-de-camp, whom he once met at a drinks party, G Sson Miller weaves an intricate, highly plausible, tale of intrigue, greed and deceit. Read the true facts about Anton Kahlbacher, the man who, under the noses of the Allies clandestinely trained the bulk of Hitler’s future German Air Force, or how the US space shuttle drawings ended up in Moscow and how Russia’s newly opened diamond fields were used in a deadly game of industrial espionage. Fact or fiction, you decide?

Richard Fitt Editor Authors OnLine Ltd

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