David Lewis begins to suffer terrible nightmares of which he remembers nothing when awake. His terrified wife persuades him to seek help. The psychotherapist helps David to recreate the scene from his nightmare - a scene from his childhood, so painful, he has blocked it from his mind - until now.
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275 pages. Book and Jacket appear to have hardly been read and are both in Fine condition throughout.From the Back Cover:
THE MODERN LEGACY OF NAZI WAR CRIMES IS THE CHILLING SUBJECT OF THIS COMPELLING NEW CONTEMPORARY THRILLER
Under hypnosis, David Lewis reveals that the subject of a mysterious repeated nightmare is a scene from his childhood so painful that he has blocked it from his mind.
His obsessive search for the truth behind the dream leads him to Germany, where he is shocked to discover that a powerful international pharmaceuticals company is still profiting from atrocities perpetrated in the name of research by wartime scientists in a project codenamed 'Turmfalke'.
Though the connection with his own past remains obscure, he feels compelled to risk everything to track down the men responsible. But the risk is far greater than he could imagine- for his every step is being monitored on the world's computer highways by a shadowy high-tech organisation that will stop at nothing to protect Nazi war criminals.
"A blistering first novel. The skill shown in crafting 'Turmfalke'is down to clarity of thought and a fine sense of timing. Fast-paced and with a real-feel, John Wilson's debut leaves me hoping he can keep it up".
"Disturbingly plausible…he weaves in the neo-Nazi movement in a way that is grimly reminiscent of Germany in the early thirties".
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 2253607