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Jack Higgins
Action & Adventure
HarperCollins; Library edition edition (April 1, 2007)
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Jack Higgins is the New York Times–bestselling author of more than sixty thrillers that have sold over 250 million copies worldwide, including The Eagle Has Landed and The Wolf at the Door

Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). Jack Higgins is the New York Times–bestselling author of more than sixty thrillers that have sold over 250 million copies worldwide, including The Eagle Has Landed and The Wolf at the Door. He lives in the Channel Islands.

The Valhalla Exchange book. Jack Higgins is a name that is often associated with fast paced and highly engrossing political and espionage thrillers featuring some of the noblest of heroes ever to adorn the thriller genre. Jack Higgins is the pseudonym of ‘Harry Patterson’, a prolific British writer with more than 80 novels, who published his works under his own name as well as under his many other pseudonyms.

The Valhalla Exchange. For my mother and father, who helped me. more than a little with this one.

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Читай онлайн книгу The Valhalla Exchange, Jack Higgins на сайте или через приложение ЛитРес Читай. Harry Patterson was one of many names he used during his early writing days. The book was later published in paperback as a Jack Higgins novel but has been out of print for a number of years. In 2007, it seemed to the author and his publishers that it was a pity to leave such a good story languishing on his shelves. For my mother and father, who helped me more than a little with this one.

Jack Higgins was a soldier and then a teacher before becoming a full-time writer. Many of them have also been made into successful films.

For other people named Jack Higgins, see Jack Higgins (disambiguation). The Valhalla Exchange. Some of his other notable books are A Prayer for the Dying (1987), The Eagle Has Flown (1991), Thunder Point (1993), Angel of Death (1995), Flight of Eagles (1998), and Day of Reckoning (2000)  .

Storm Warning, Valhalla Exchange. The Gap Cycle - (published 1991 – 1996 by Bantam Books and reprinted by Gollancz in 2008 ) is a science fiction story, told in a series of 5 books, written by Stephen R. Donaldson. Storm Warning In 1944, as Hitler unleashes a last desperate attack, enemies, lovers, and friends converge in the fog-shrouded North Atlantic on a life-and-death rescue attempt.

This is the electrifying WWII bestseller from the master of the game. On the 30th April 1945, Russian radar reported a light aircraft leaving the vicinity of the Tiergarten in Berlin. But who was on board, and where was the plane going? Berlin was in ruins as the Russians moved relentlessly towards the concrete bunker where the Nazi administration was in ruins. But one man, Reichsleiter Martin Bormann, Adolf Hitler's secretary and eminence grise had a daring plan to escape. Far away to the sout-west, at Schloss Arlberg above the River Inn, five prisoners of war were contemplating their fate. Would they be murdered by their captors or liberated by the Russians? Unbeknown to them, Bormann has is own plans. They are about to become part of a mystery that has fascinated the world for over sixty years. What exactly did happen to Bormann and his prisoners?
  • Walianirv
“Jack Higgins” is the pseudonym of very prolific British spy novelist named Harry Patterson, who lives on one of the Channel Islands, is 87 years old, and has and has now published a phenomenal 84 suspense novels. He is an experienced professional and prodigious writer who keeps banging them out, but obviously, some are better than others. His all-time best signature piece is The Eagle Has Landed, which was subsequently made into and equally good movie. Most of them center on WW II, Ireland, or an assassination, and they are all light and readable, and not very complicated. Most of it is fairly straightforward good guys versus bad guys. Having read a decent number of his books, The Valhalla Exchange lies somewhere in the middle of the deck. Many of his stories use a literary device like of an old man telling a story in flashback, as he did here, or a tombstone in a graveyard, as a way of transporting the reader back in time. This one takes up the long-time mystery of what ever happened to Martin Bormann. History says Hitler’s secretive, but very powerful, Nazi Party Secretary was killed on the Weidendammer Bridge in central Berlin after escaping from the Bunker after Hitler killed himself. That story has many holes in it and there have been many reports of Bormann in South America long afterward. Higgins’ story has a disguised Bormann escaping south into Bavaria where he runs afoul of an American Army squad and a castle full of elderly political prisoners and generals. Well, the plot is a bit strange from that point, but if you ignore that, it makes a good airplane or swimming pool book, nonetheless.

William F. Brown is the author of 8 suspense thrillers with over 500 Five-Star Reviews. They are all available on Kindle, Kindle Unlimited, and now on Audible Audio Books. You read about them and the author's screenplays and other writing at
  • Brajind
I bought this book because I have enjoyed this author in the past. I had trouble focusing and understanding what is going on. Part of the book is in the present, most is in the past. At the 43% mark on my kindle I had no idea what was going on. I stopped, read another book, then came back to it. I began to understand what was going on, but I did not know what got me to that spot. I was simply viewing a moment in World War 2. I heard references to Valhalla, but did not know what it was, what was the point of the book. Just a ball of confusion.
  • Andriodtargeted
Jack Higgins gives readers, as usual, a great view of living through historical events. One always gains insight and appreciation of others' experiences - dangers, evil, and shreds of humanity in a world few of us can, otherwise, imagine. One criticism, though: this work was quite difficult to follow simply because of the sheer numbers of named characters!
  • Halloween
As usual Mr Higgins did not disappoint in the writing of this story,I am amazed at the high standards he maintains in his writing always a delight to read never a disappointing read. You can always count on a good experience when reading any thing Mr Higgins has written, in my opinion.
  • anonymous
If I understand the genesis of the book, it was basically a discard, or unfinished novel, that finally saw the light of day. And good Higgins book it is, perhaps over-filled with characters. It is not a Ferguson/Dillon/Devlin novel, but "it'll do to take along"..
  • Renthadral
Jack Higgins at his best! I have read a many Jack Higgins novels over the years so he ranks as my favorite author. The story revolves around Nazi' escapees efforts to restore the Hitler dream of the Master Race. Plot is not so far fetched in view of recent advances in cloning of animals and now Chines announcement of advances with human genome cloning.
  • LoboThommy
Jack Higgins weaves a tale of intrigue that is historical in character with a touch of fact that was never resolved. The story is fast moving and well written. Higgins keeps my attention and interest making the book hard to put down, until you get to the last pages. Another Higgins WINNER!!!!!!!!
Fast paced intrigue somewhat loosely based on historical events/figures at the close of WWII in Nazi Germany and then taken to the edge. Still can't figure out which bad guy was which at the end. If you like convoluted plots featuring a wide range of differing characters, this might be for you. I've read many of Higgins' novels and haven't found one that I didn't enjoy.

The story itself reads almost like a history text. Not in the dry facts sense, but rather in that there might well be more truth than fiction in what you have just read. And that would really be scary!