- By MichaelFitzGerald

Payback

  • Title: Payback
  • Author: MichaelFitzGerald
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • Payback In a world trembling on the brink of war the death of one man could change history What if the Mafia and FBI joined forces to assassinate Hitler in The gangster Bugsy Siegel and an agent to contr

    In a world trembling on the brink of war the death of one man could change history What if the Mafia and FBI joined forces to assassinate Hitler in 1938 The gangster Bugsy Siegel and an agent to control his volatile nature go to Italy on a mission to kill the Nazi leader.

    1 thought on “Payback

    1. I would first like to say that I am normally uninterested in stories featuring assassination attempts on Hitler, since they tend to be boring and cliché. However, the unusual premise of the U.S. government teaming up with the Mafia to kill Hitler was intriguing. Especially, with Ben Siegel as one of the triggermen. The book was action-packed and the author's characterizations for the most part were good. Like another reviewer, I'm disappointed that FitzGerald didn't go into more detail about th [...]

    2. I have come to realize that plots that try to change history come with serious repercussionsd I love it. Payback is precisely one of these novels, and I couldn't have been more pleased by the outcome of its plot.Assassinating Hitler has been a popular topic as of late, and even though I have seen other novels discuss this possibility and the "what ifs" of it all, Payback brought more to the table. It is a novel filled with disaster and possibility, and Michael Fitzgerald didn't hold anything bac [...]

    3. Great story with the theme of an alternate history, about the mafia and FBI wanting to assassinate Adolf Hitler when he visits Italy. Left me wanting more, I really enjoyed it.

    4. How different could the world have been?This is an intriguing story and brilliantly conceived. The FBI and The Mafia join forces in an assassination attempt on Hitler in 1938. The Mafia in both America and Italy are used so that they can be blamed whatever the outcome even although the plot is hatched and devised by the US government.The two main assassins are two Italians, one a native speaker and the other a hot-headed American Italian, two widely differing characters who have to learn to work [...]

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