The Runner

The Runner

Unknown - 2000
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Read by Stephen Lang
4 Cassettes, 6 hours
Set in Germany just after the end of World War II, The Runner is the story of Devlin Judge, an American lawyer and member of the International Military Tribunal set up to try Nazi war criminals. A former New York City cop, Judge is after Erich Seyss. Nicknamed the white lion, Seyss is a former member of Hitler's SS who escaped from an American POW camp just before he was to have his day in court.
In his pursuit, Judge enlists the help of Ingrid Bach, the beautiful daughter of one of the most powerful men in Nazi Germany and Seyss's former fiance. Tortured by his own demons and hindered by the dark political forces blocking him at every pass, Judge struggles to stay on Seyss's tail. As the chase accelerates, the stakes become greater too --for Seyss, for Judge, and ultimately for the world at large as this game of cat and mouse soon becomes a race to save the future of Europe.
Publisher: New York, Random House 2000
ISBN: 9780553456660
Branch Call Number: BKCD/00-28
Characteristics: 5 sound disks 6 hours Abridged


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