The Boys from Brazil by Ira Levin
Darren picked this one off his bookshelves for me; and he picked pretty well. I asked for something light and rather thought that it was going to get all too heavy when I got tangled up with Nazis hiding out in South America and planning the deaths of ninety four civil servants for no apparent reason. It’s a really good read though and I’d recommend it myself now. Also, without giving the plot away, it’s interesting to read it now as some of the things that are speculated about in the book have actually happened or become a lot more real in the thirtyish years since it was written.
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Read on November 8, 2005