Fatherland - Robert HarrisArrow, 1993, Paperback.
Condition: Very Good.
From the cover: “April 1964. The naked body of an old man floats in a lake on the outskirts of Berlin. In one week it will be Adolf Hitler’s 75th birthday. A terrible conspiracy is starting to unravel… Fatherland is set in a world that almost existed but never was; the Berlin that Hitler’s architect, Albert Speer, planned to build — the hub of a victorious Third Reich extending from the Rhine to the Urals. Among its 10 million citizens is Xavier March, investigator with Berlin’s criminal police, the Kripo. A brilliant loner, March is assigned to the case of the old man in the lake. His trail leads him to discoveries of wartime corruption, Swiss bank vaults, love, danger and — most terrifying of all — to the deadly black heart of the Nazi state…”