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Garden of Beasts: A Novel of Berlin 1936 by Jeffery Deaver

Reviewed by Allen Hott

Garden of BeastsThis is one terrific read. Deaver has taken the reader and placed him right back into the 1930s with a fellow named Adolf Hitler building up his empire in Germany. Actually the story is about a German American living in New York at the time and working as a mobster hitman.

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The man, Paul Schumann, is somewhat strange in that he doesn’t kill for the sake of killing but actually does it to rid the world of people who are doing no good. In other words he kills killers or other gangster type individuals who are not good for the rest of mankind.

Schumann is captured by the federal government as he was planning a “touch off” of a criminal. However when they take Schumann into custody they give him a choice. He can either go to prison for what would probably turn out to be a lifetime or he can accept an assignment from the government in exchange for his freedom. Read the rest of this entry »