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Hitler's Judas (Pea Island Gold Trilogy) [Kindle Edition]

Tom Lewis
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In Hitler's Judas, Lewis introduces protagonist Martin Bormann. Bormann, possibly the closest man to Adolf Hitler, knows Hitler's insane decision to invade Russia will destroy The Fatherland. Already in a position of enormous power, Bormann forms an intricate plan of escape. But Bormann has no intentions of escaping as a pauper. When the right moment comes, Bormann leaves the doomed Third Reich forever, taking with him 50 million in stolen Nazi gold. His surprising destination is Pea Island, a lonely strip of sand north of Cape Hatteras North Carolina. Will his plan succeed? Populated with exquisite, compelling, and memorable characters who will stay with readers long after the final page is turned, Hitler's Judas introduces a remarkable supporting cast, including Horst Von Hellenbach, Germany's celebrated U-Boat captain who detests war and the Nazi regime and is in terminal conflict with his sworn military duty; Elisabeth Kroll, an impressionable woman unable to choose between Horst or his twin brother Harold, a handsome, respected surgeon and fanatic Nazi; Edda Winter, Bormann's mistress and talented actress who hopes Bormann will be her ticket to Hollywood; Klaus Berger, Germany's most famous thespian, whose very life depends on how well he plays his most difficult role; and Sunday Everette, a stunning young black woman who stands in the way of Bormann and his goal. Resplendent with historical detail, Hitler's Judas is an intricate, moving and extraordinary tale of intrigue, murder, romance and betrayal. This is the second book of the trilogy Pea Island Gold, of which Sunday's Child was the first.

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About the Author

Tom Lewis is a Tarheel native and son of amateur musicians and writers. Born in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, Tom graduated from New Bern High School, and was further educated in the US and Europe. Before writing full-time, Tom spent 38 years as a symphony orchestra conductor in Europe as well as Charlotte, North Carolina, Roswell, New Mexico, Rochester, Minnesota, Sioux City, Iowa, and Tulsa, Oklahoma. In addition to the Pea Island Gold Trilogy, Tom has written five other novels, a collection of short stories and a book of nonfiction. He lives in New Bern, North Carolina. For more information about Tom Lewis, please visit tomelewis.com

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  • File Size: 419 KB
  • Print Length: 296 pages
  • Publisher: McBryde Publishing (August 1, 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003HNOAGM
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hitler's Judas Pea Island Gold Book II July 15, 2010
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I've just read "Sunday's Child" Book I in the Pea Island Gold trilogy history fictions written by Tom Lewis and immediately followed up with "Hitler's Judas" Book II. I enjoyed both book and am looking forward to Book III "Sons of Their Fathers" when available on kindle II. I highly recommend these books that seem more real than fiction. Great reads.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Save your time and money September 22, 2010
By Illyich
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Don't waste the minimal amount of money this book will cost. The writing is plodding, the characters, unappealing. The only marginally worthy character in the whole thing is the U-boat captain. There is nothing interesting about it, even if you a a student of WWII history.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hitler's Judas July 26, 2010
By TKing
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After completing "Sunday's Child", I couldn't wait to read "Hitler's Judas". Again, this book, although fiction, contained a lot of history. The book was written in a way to keep you engaged and wanting to know what was going to happen next. It was interesting in the sense that I knew the end but I wanted to understand How the characters got to the end. There were some very graphic descriptions of how Martin Bormann intimidated people to get what he wanted, at whatever cost. Just like "Sunday's Child", "Hitler's Judas" kept me glued to my Kindle. There was a different kind of intensity to this book. Certainly worth reading.
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4.0 out of 5 stars cant wait for #3 on kindle August 9, 2010
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I loved sunday's child. When I started Hitler's Judas I thought oh man another wwII fiction (not my genre at all), anyway I really got into it and was anxious to keep reading even though I knew the ending (If you read sunday's child you know the ending to this one). I can't wait for the third book to be on kindle!!! I might have to by the dead tree book version if they don't hurry up.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Thriller Rich in Suspense about Martin Borman October 28, 2007
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Around the time Hitler invaded Russia, the Fuerher's right hand man, Martin Borman, came to a disquieting conclusion. Germany was going to lose the war. Borman didn't give a fig about what happened to Germany, but he cared very deeply about what would happen to Martin Borman. Therefore Borman embarks on a complicated, ingenius, and deadly plan to get himself and a considerable amount of wealth out of the Third Reich before the allies obliterate it. Hitler's Judas is the second in a trilogy about North Carolina's Pea Island, the first being Sunday's Child
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It's when Adolph Hitler decided to invade the behemoth that was the Soviet Union that his trusted subordinated, Martin Bormann, knew that the Nazi's vaunted Third Reich was doomed to failure and defeat. That's when Bormann carefully laid his own plans to escape the looming disaster -- and taken an enormous amount of wealth with him to finance an opulent live style for the rest of his life. When the time came, Bormann smuggled both himself and 50 million in gold -- looted by the Nazi's from across the map of Europe. But instead of fleeing to sanctuary in Argentina as so many of his far-sighted colleagues did, Bormann wound up on Pea Island, an isolated strip of sand north of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. In "Hitler's Judas", novelist Tom Lewis has written a plausible novel of suspense, lacing it with historical detail and an inherently fascinating cast of memorable characters and capping it off with a compelling ending. An appropriate acquisition selection for community library fiction collections, "Hitler's Judas" is deftly written, consistently satisfying and highly recommended reading.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Brutality of Nazi Germany April 23, 2014
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Second of trilogy and good on it's own. Do yourself a favor and read three in order. Germany during the war was a frightening place. Good read
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hitler June 23, 2013
By JocDoc
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Same review as the Child on Tom Lewis.

I don't like the your requirement for a miniumu of words. There
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars A look at WWII criminals and heros
This book is the second in the series and continues well with the first book. As a frequent visitor to the Outer Banks, I could vividly picture where all the the scenes took... Read more
Published 16 months ago by Katrina
5.0 out of 5 stars Super dupper story.......
I read every night before I go to sleep, been doing it for years now, so when I say I have read a million books, I probably have. Read more
Published 17 months ago by Jim
4.0 out of 5 stars Imaginative History
Known as the mole within Adolf Hitler's inner circle, Martin Bormann could read the etched scribbles on the wall. Read more
Published 17 months ago by Joyce Metzger
4.0 out of 5 stars Easy read
Friend of mine who was from this area recommended this trilogy as a good read. EZ read while peddling my bike at the gym.
Published 18 months ago by L. E. Miller
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent
Very well written, could not put it down. Few inaccuracies regarding WWII facts but minor. Best free kindle book I read so far. Will have to buy the sequels now.
Published 18 months ago by Nomad
5.0 out of 5 stars Hitler's Judas
I enjoyed Hitler's Judas very much and like the style of writing that Tom Lewis uses. He writes fiction and non-fiction in one book.
Published 18 months ago by sandor zavelo
1.0 out of 5 stars too far fetched
As a history buff, I read much real history. I decided to read this historical fiction on a whim. I found it too far-fetched to be that interesting. Read more
Published 21 months ago by Zacharyman
4.0 out of 5 stars This is a good follow-up to Sunday's Child
Hitlers Judas is the second book in the Pea Island Trilogy, enjoyable, it's the back story for Sunday's Child. Read more
Published on February 13, 2011 by GDabney
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice followup to Sundays Child..
I enjoyed this book, not as much as Sundays Child, but the story in this book certainly holds its own. Read more
Published on September 11, 2010 by Hoosiers
4.0 out of 5 stars Plausible Fiction - Hitler's Judas
Unlike the other reviewers of this book I have not read Sunday's Child which makes it worth mentioning that this book stands well on it's own. Read more
Published on August 25, 2010 by Root of the square
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More About the Author

The son of amateur musicians and writers, Tom Lewis was born in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, and grew up mostly in New Bern, North Carolina where he graduated from high school. He chose music as a career path, and was further educated here and in Europe. Tom subsequently enjoyed a 38-year career as a symphony orchestra conductor, both in Europe and the United States. He held numerous Music Director and Conductor posts and guest conducted extensively during that period, but also kept his writing aspirations alive. After retiring from conducting, Tom began to write seriously for publication.
During the past decade eight novels, a book of short stories, and several essays have been published. They are all suspense/mystery novels; ranging from historical fiction , thrillers, to horror. Tom is currently working on his ninth novel and resides in New Bern. He is very active in local and statewide literary endeavors.

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