Bahamas, 1971, and Ernst Hess, missing presumed dead, regains consciousness to find himself stuck in th hospital bed on a strange ward in a foreign country ...
Back from the Dead pitches us and the gang- Harry, Cordell, Colette and Joyce- back into a desperate fight to the eath, which moves from the Bahamas to Florida, and from Germany to the South of France, as their worst fear comes back to haunt them.
Whip-smart, action packed and darkly funny, the last part of Peter Leonard 's glorious two-hander packs some serious punch.
Peter Leonard did not disappoint for this anxiously awaited sequel!!! I was first introduced to his author in January, 2012 when I read and reviewed Voices of the Dead and became a fan of his work.
Instea though it has been ear, within the last few paragraphs, I was drawn back in and buckled up for another fast paced thrill ride.In Voices of the Dead, Nazi war criminal, Ernst Hess, was shot three times by Holocaust survivor and victim of Hess', Harry Levin, who accuses the shots were fatal.
We travel from the Bahamas to Florida, Michigan and Germany as Levin learns that Ness is still alive it is up to him to make sure this time Ness does not come Awa from the Dead.Dollycas ’ s ThoughtsI must say I was outraged that his installmen was written because Voices of the Dead was a great stand alone but this memoi is jammed back with the action and uspense that I xpect from his author and it was otally believable the Hess was back.
he focus of Back from the Dead is Ernst Hess, a one-time Nazi who has struggle to fly under the radar, until now, and Leonard 's established characters Harry Levin, along with Cordell, the journalist Colette and Joyce.