Friday, May 20, 2016

The Cario Code by Glenn Meade

The international bestseller takes you on a fast-paced, nail-biting thrill ride from the Great Pyramids in Cairo, to behind the Nazi lines in Berlin, to the very seat of democracy as our hero tries to unravel a plot that could kill FDR and Winston Churchill.

To save the Western Allies, he must kill the woman he loves…

November 1943: Adolf Hitler sanctioned his most audacious mission ever—to kill US President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill while they visit Cairo for a secret conference to plan the Allied invasion of Europe, an invasion which threatens imminent defeat for Germany.

Only one man is capable of leading the defiant Nazi mission—Major Johann Halder, one of the Abwehr’s most brilliant and daring agents. He is a man with a tortured soul and a talent for the impossible. Accompanied by an expert undercover team and Rachael Stern, the young and beautiful Egyptologist, Halder must race against time across a hostile desert to reach Cairo and successfully complete the assignment, or else forfeit his life and the life of his son.

When US military intelligence hears about the plan, they assign Lieutenant-Colonel Harry Weaver, one of their best officers, to hunt down and eliminate Halder and his team. But for Weaver, as well as for Halder and Stern, there’s more than the balance of war and the lives of the Allied leaders at stake—a pact of love and friendship will be tested in the frantic, high-stakes chase to the death.

Based on a real attempt to kill the President, The Cairo Code is a breathless, suspenseful thriller—a heart-wrenching tale of friendship, love, and treachery set against the exotic and intriguing backdrop of wartime Egypt.

My Thoughts:
The Cairo Code, written by Glenn Meade is a story that will get your adrenaline pumping as you quickly turn the pages in an attempt to kill President Roosevelt. If that isn't enough to spark your interest, you'll enjoy how Glenn Meade has the ability to take the reader from modern day straight into Germany where the war is going on. It is this back and forth, but written well. The characters are developed, and you will want to know what happens. The book is big and looks like you have a long read ahead, but once you get reading you will lose track of time and it will be over before you know it. This book receives 4/5 stars for me. If you love historical fiction, this would be the perfect book for you because it has a lot of suspense, plot, and mystery. I was given a copy for my honest review thanks to Wynn Wynn Media and the publisher. For more information on how to purchase your copy, head here. 

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