The Death's Head Chess Club (Paperback)
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The Death's Head Chess Club (Paperback)

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Paperback 464 Pages / Published: 01/08/2016
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Publisher: F A Thorpe (Publishers)
ISBN: 9781785410796
Number of pages: 464
Dimensions: 232 x 155 mm
Edition: Large type / large print edition

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“A bit disappointing”

I was a little disappointed in this novel; I expected it to be rather more intense than it turned out to be. Moving backwards and forwards between Auschwitz in 1944 and Amsterdam in 1962 it tells a story of the game... More

Hardback edition
23rd March 2015
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“Great Read.”

I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
It begins in 1944 in the death camp Auschwitz and throughout this novel the story unfolds by switching between 1944 and 1962.
After being wounded on the Russian front, Waffen SS Paul... More

Hardback edition
3rd March 2015
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“An unforgettable journey: from cruel adversity to unforeseen forgiveness”

This is a wonderful book. A tale that takes you on a journey from the bunkers in 1944 Auschwitz to Amsterdam in 1962, following the games of chess played by a Jewish Watchmaker that will ultimately result in lives won... More

Hardback edition
1 similar book recommended
11th May 2015
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