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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Quest for the Führer's Treasure by Conrad Hudson is an adventure tale nobody will want to experience for themselves. Coyle Eldridge has gone camping in the woods as a way of trying to put himself back together and come to terms with the death of his father. He expects to be alone in the woods but finds himself fighting for his life. His sister Lisa is a police officer; they haven’t spoken for twenty years. Shortly after he returns from the woods, he is visited by Nazi descendants, people who have been after him since he was born – why, he has no idea. He is told that if he is going to live through this he must give back the Führer's treasure, a treasure that was intended for Hitler when he went into exile after the war. The treasure was taken by deserters and one of these was Coyle’s grandfather. Coyle and his sister have to find that treasure before they can be caught. The trail is cold but they cannot give up or certain painful death awaits.
Quest for the Führer's Treasure by Conrad Hudson is a cracking read, one of these stories that I simply couldn’t put down. The writing is very clear and descriptive to the point that you almost feel dragged into the story, living it with them. I loved the plot, which is very intricate and cleverly written and the characters developed perfectly throughout the story. There are plenty of twists and turns in this book, helping keep the reader even more hooked to find out how it all ends. The subject of the plot is quite emotive as well. Excellent story, I'm interested to see if there are any more from Mr. Hudson.