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Brooklyn, NY : Melville House, .
389 pages ; 21 cm
"Ructions O'Hare returns in a thriller -- based on one of history's greatest unsolved heists -- pitting him against the IRA, Interpol, and neo-Nazis... When WWII ended, the allies discovered that a huge amount of gold bullion plundered by Nazi Reichsmarschall Hermann Goering had gone missing. Some believed the gold had been hidden in a train box car in Poland. Others that it was secreted in Lake Toplitz in the Austrian Alps. And a few thought it was buried in the Republic of Ireland, which was neutral during the war. When ex-IRA soldier Ructions O'Hare stumbles on a piece of Nazi memorabilia once owned by Goering, he begins to think that those who suspect the gold was in Ireland just might be on to something. But for Ructions to return to Ireland is easier said than done. For a start, the IRA is after him for not paying them a cut from a huge bank robbery he carried out in Belfast. And then there's the Neo-Nazis, who believe that Goering's gold rightfully belongs to them, and who are happy to kill anyone who gets in their way. And as Ructions gathers clues to the gold's location and, as his many adversaries realize he's getting closer, it's as if a noose is tightening around his neck..."--provided by Amazon.com.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)
O'Rawe, R. (2022). Goering's gold . Melville House.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)
O'Rawe, Richard. 2022. Goering's Gold. Brooklyn, NY: Melville House.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)
O'Rawe, Richard. Goering's Gold Brooklyn, NY: Melville House, 2022.MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)
O'Rawe, Richard. Goering's Gold Melville House, 2022.
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