Tammy, from The Self Taught Cook, graciously gave us permission to repost her review of Back from the Dead. You can read her review in its entirety below and make sure you check out her blog as well!
In this sequel to Voices of the Dead, adversaries Harry Levin and Ernst Hess return to continue their fight to the death. In the first novel, Harry, a Holocaust survivor, believed he had killed Nazi death angel Ernst. Back from the Dead begins with Hess regaining consciousness in a Bahamian hospital. He quickly manages to escape from the hospital and return to his life’s mission: silence the only two witnesses to his WWII atrocities. When Harry discovers that his previous attempt to kill Ernst in self-defense inexplicably failed, he knows that he has no choice but to try once more.
This novel is filled from cover to cover with non-stop action. From the moment I started reading the first page, I was hooked. The characters are clear-cut villains and good guys, with Hess having no redeeming qualities as a cold-blooded killer. While reading the first novel will give the reader the background for this story, it is not a requirement. This book stands alone on its own.
Strong language; violence
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