Fear Itself by Andrew Rosenheim
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Fear Itself Summary
Set in the tense and uncertain years before the Second World War, when America was still largely conflicted about entering the war on either side, Andrew Rosenheim's thriller Fear Itself offers a rich depiction of history as it was - and as it might have been. Jimmy Nessheim, a young Special Agent in the fledgling FBI, is assigned to infiltrate a new GermanAmerican organization known as the Bund. Ardently pro-Nazi, the Bund is conspiring to sabotage American efforts against Adolf Hitler. But as Nessheim's investigation takes him into the very heart of the Bund, it becomes increasingly clear that something far more sinister is at work, something that seems to lead directly to the White House.
Fear Itself Reviews
"A stirring successor to Frederick Forsyth...a superlative thriller." - The Independent (UK)
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Andrew Rosenheim grew up in Chicago and in a small town in Michigan. He went to Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar in 1977 and has lived there ever since. For many years he worked in publishing, at Oxford University Press and Penguin Books among others, and is now a full-time writer. He is married with twin daughters.
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