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Otto Eckhart's Ordeal By Niall Edworthy

Otto Eckhart's Ordeal by Niall Edworthy

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Based on the true story of the Nazi's search for the Holy Grail.

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Otto Eckhart's Ordeal: Himmler, the SS and the Holy Grail by Niall Edworthy

It is 1937 and an aimless young historian, back home after six years idling, is summoned to Berlin. He is both thrilled and uneasy to be tasked with an extraordinary assignment: find the Holy Grail and bring it back for the glory of Nazi Germany. Otto Eckhart is right to be anxious. Events soon take a troubling turn and, with a dire threat hanging over him, he is set on an impossible course from which there is no obvious escape. The feckless dreamer must use all his ingenuity and courage to defeat his inner demons and outfox Himmler's SS and Gestapo. In hunting down the sacred chalice of The Last Supper, can Eckhart discover his own Holy Grail and come of age as a man? Otto Eckhart's Ordeal is a darkly humorous tale inspired by true - and incredible - events.

About Niall Edworthy

Niall Edworthy, a former reporter with international wire agencies AFP and Reuters, has written over 40 books, many of them ghosted. Otto Eckhart's Ordeal is his exciting fiction debut. His work has covered a broad range of genres and subjects and include a highly acclaimed account of a British tank regiment at war in Iraq, the comic adventures of an Essex roadworker on the world darts scene, the autobiography of a rugby World Cup winner, and the harrowing story of a young Londoner unjustly jailed in Russia.

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Otto Eckhart's Ordeal: Himmler, the SS and the Holy Grail by Niall Edworthy
Unicorn Publishing Group
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