|Title:||The Odessa File|
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|Category:||Thrillers and Suspense|
|Publisher:||Viking Adult; Book Club Edition edition (November 1, 1972)|
THE ODESSA of the title is neither the city in southern Russia nor the smaller city in Texas. It is a word composed of six initial letters, which in German stand for Organisation der ehemaligen SS-Angehörigen. Despite its successes in almost all its objectives, the Odessa does occasionally take a defeat. The worst it ever suffered occurred in the early spring of 1964, when a package of documents arrived unannounced and anonymously at the Ministry of Justice in Bonn. To the very few officials who ever saw the list of names on these sheets, the package became known as The Odessa File. AS IN THE CASE OF Mr. Forsyth’s first novel, The Day of the Jackal, many characters in The Odessa File are real people.
To all Press reporters. It is customary for authors to thank those who have helped them to compile a book, particularly on a difficult subject, and in doing so to name them. All those who helped me, in however small a way, by assisting me to get the information I needed to write The Odessa File are entitled to my heartfelt thanks, and if I do not name them it is for three reasons. The worst it ever suffered occurred in the early spring of 1964 when a package of documents arrived unannounced and anonymously at the Ministry of Justice in Bonn. To the very few officials who ever saw the list of names on these sheets, the package became known as ‘The Odessa File’.
Also by Frederick Forsyth. THE DOGS OF WAR THE DAY OF THE JACKAL and published by Corgi Books. A division of transworld publishers ltd. THE ODESSA FILE. A CORGI BOOK o 552 09436 6. Originally published in Great Britain by Hutchinson 8c Co. (Publishers) Ltd. Printing History.
Frederick Forsyth . 1972. THE ODESSA of the title is neither the city in southern Russia nor the smaller city in Texas. It is a word composed of six initial letters, which in German stand for Organisation der ehemaligen SS-Angeh4drigen. The organization which they formed to effect their escape was the Odessa. When the first talk of ensuring the escape of the killers to more hospitable climes had been achieved, the ambitions of these men developed.
The Odessa File’ from Frederick Forsyth is one of the most successful and engaging thrillers written with the hunt for Nazi’s after the World War II as the central theme. The novel is a clever blend of historical facts and real life personnel’s with a fictitious story line and is written with the high level of detailing and decent pace that is usually associated with the works of Forsyth. Forsyth as an author of realistic thrillers. The first seeds of idea behind ‘The Odessa File’ came to Forsyth in 1970, when he was given a three-book deal by ‘Hutchinson’, his publisher after the successful submission of the manuscript of ‘The Day of Jackal’. let’s think manhun. azi. anhunt.
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Author: Frederick Forsyth. Place of publication: New YorkPublication date: 1972. The suicide of an elderly German Jew explodes into revelation after revelation: a Mafia-life organization called Odessa, a real-life fugitive known at the Butcher of Riga, a young German journalist turned obsessed avenge. nd ultimately, of a brilliant, ruthless plot to reestablish the worldwide power of SS mass murders and to carry out Hitler’s chilling Final Solution.
The Odessa File is a thriller by Frederick Forsyth, first published in 1972, about the adventures of a young German reporter attempting to discover the location of a former SS concentration-camp. Former RAF pilot and investigative journalist, Frederick Forsyth defined the modern thriller when he wrote The Day of The Jackal, described by Lee Child as ‘the book that broke the mould’, with its lightning-paced storytelling, effortlessly cool reality and unique insider information. Since then he has written twelve novels which have been bestsellers around the world: The Odessa File, The Dogs of War, The Devil's Alternative, The Fourth Protocol, The Negotiator, The Deceiver, The Fist of God, Icon, Avenger, The Afghan, The Cobra and, most recently, The Kill List.