|Title:||The Angel of Zin|
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|Category:||Thrillers and Suspense|
|Publisher:||Stein & Day Pub (November 1, 1984)|
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The Angel of Zin. Masterfully don. powerful novel. Absolutely compellin. totally engrossing thriller. Thomas Keneally, author of Schindler’s List. Exciting, dynamic, and marvelously written. At a Nazi death camp in Poland, the murdered body of an informer is discovered by the Jewish mistress of the camp commandant. The hunter is Homicide Inspector Paul Bach, a combat veteran of the Russian Front.
Clifford Irving is an evocative writer. Imagine the ludicrousness of being asked to look for a murderer at a death camp. In fairness, this is probably partly due to the fact that Irving wrote the book mainly from the point of view of the oppressors- a feat which I imagine to be extremely challenging. The second half of the book is where the story really came to life for me as it was faster-paced and had more character involvement. Clifford Irving was the author of 20 published books & just released 12 of his works as Kindle/Nook eBooks; he was currently writing a memoir called Around the World in 80 Years. Books by Clifford Irving. Mor. rivia About THE ANGEL OF ZIN.
Extremely impressive, Clifford Irving is, as he informs us with a lens so real that a reader feels the life to be his own. As a rule, I do not cry for a book, do not feel loss about a book character, do not "root" for characters, on and on. I did all these and more, that is the personal effect of THE ANGEL OF ZIN. For example, at a moment when I thought the Rabbi was going to die, I whispered loudly, "OH NO!". Powerful reading, powerful informing, powerful and lingering memories. Zei gezunt, Mr. Irving. 25 people found this helpful. by Irving, Clifford. Publication date 1984. Topics World War, 1939-1945. Publisher New York : Stein and Day. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by AltheaB on November 23, 2010.
Angel of Zin (Coronet Books). The murders of a Polish SS guard and two Jewish inmates, in a Nazi death camp, confront German homicide inspector Paul Bach with a welter of suspects, unsavory and righteous. ISBN13: 9780340369395. Release Date: May 1985.
Clifford Michael Irving (November 5, 1930 – December 19, 2017) was an American novelist and investigative reporter. Although he published 20 novels, he is best known for an "autobiography" allegedly written as told to Irving by billionaire recluse Howard Hughes. The fictional work was to have been published in 1972. After Hughes denounced him and sued the publisher, McGraw-Hill, Irving and his collaborators confessed to the hoax. He was sentenced to 2½ years in prison, of which he served 17 months.
I wondered if Angel of Zin was a collage of other works. I soon realised how wrong I was. This book is two-fold, a murder mystery and a study of how ordinary, decent people can be turned into mass murderers. The murder is so subtle that I thought I knew who had done it, but was totally wrong. As a setting for a detective story, a Nazi death camp is extremely unusual. I loved the irony of the outrage and fear generated amongst the officers by the knowledge that there is a murderer in their midst, while they themselves are murderers. It is of course an irony of which, they are oblivious
Richard Gere starred as Clifford in the movie version of Hoax, the story of Clifford’s most famous book, the Autobiography of Howard Hughes, which forced the billionaire out of seclusion, caused the downfall of Richard Nixon, and earned the writer 16 months in three federal prisons. Times called Clifford Irving a master, and Thomas Keneally (Schindler’s List) lauded Irving’s The Angel of Zin as absolutely compelling, a totally engrossing thriller.
A selection of the Literary Guild and a New York Times best-seller. Literary Guild, Doubleday Book Club alternate. The courtroom scenes are breathtaking in Irving's ( The Angel of Zin ) new novel. Warren Blackburn practices criminal law in Houston, in the same Harris County courthouse where his late father was a respected judge. When he executes a perjurious affidavit on behalf of a client whom he foolishly trusted, Warren is suspended from practice for a year.