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ГлавнаяШпионские детективыDerek Lambert. Vendetta – Derek Lambert. Поделиться: Скачать книгу. The horror of war is captured by the spare prose; the tension mounts, and the inevitable confrontation is uplifting in its outcome’ Daily Telegraph‘Told me more than all the military historians ever could about the greatest battle of World War Two’ Daily Mail‘Tense and grippin. most effective chiller’ British Book News‘One is reminded of Joseph Conrad’s Heart of. Darkness.

Derek Lambert (author) (1929-2001) - British writer, who also wrote under the pseudonym Richard Falkirk. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same personal name. Categories: Human name disambiguation pages. Источник: Derek Lambert. Другие книги схожей тематики: Автор.

Read Vendetta, by Derek Lambert online on Bookmate – A classic World War II novel from the bestselling thriller writer Derek Lambert. For the beleaguered German and Russian armies there is no war be. A classic World War II novel from the bestselling thriller writer Derek Lambert. For the beleaguered German and Russian armies there is no war beyond the carnage in the city’s grim skeleton, and the terrible winter at their heels.

Vendetta Derek Lambert.

Of all the Derek Lambert books that I have read so far, the ending of this book was a 7 on the emotional scale.

Derek (William) Lambert (10 October 1929 – 10 April 2001. was educated at Epsom College and was both an author of thrillers in his own name, writing also as Richard Falkirk, and a journalist. As a foreign correspondent for the Daily Express, he spent time in many exotic locales that he later used as settings in his novels, the first of which, Angels in the Snow, was published in 1969.

A classic World War II novel from the bestselling thriller writer Derek Lambert.

During the 1942 Battle of Stalingrad, two brilliant snipers-Antonov, a Russian, and Meister, a German-stalk each other through the city ruins.

Select Format: Hardcover. During the 1942 Battle of Stalingrad, two brilliant snipers-Antonov, a Russian, and Meister, a German-stalk each other through the city ruins. ISBN13: 9780802711205.

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Vendetta epub download

ISBN13: 978-0241118078

ISBN: 0241118077

Author: Derek Lambert

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: Hamish Hamilton (1986)

Pages: 192 pages

ePUB size: 1643 kb

FB2 size: 1573 kb

Rating: 4.6

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Natety
Possessing expert marksmanship, Yury Antonov was assigned as a Russian sniper during World War II. Considered the best of the best, Karl Meister was an elite sniper recruited by the Germans. Little did they know that destiny had set a future date for their lives to cross. They'd been given orders to terminate the other. May the better man win - live.

The snipers came from contrasting backgrounds. The German, Meister, hailed from the city and was trained by the best. Antonov, a Russian country boy had the hardwired instincts of a great hunter. They represented two opposing yet dynamic forces. When assigned the assassination, they both had twenty-three kills to their name.

Most of Stalingrad had been occupied by German forces. But to their surprise the Russians put up a fierce fight with wary street fighters on every corner. The defending Russians knew the city like the back of their hand. It was their greatest advantage.

Heated sniper rivalry was ignited from a column in the Soviet Army newspaper pitting them against each other. Both countries were depending on their local hero to boost their Army's morale. Like in ancient Roman gladiator fashion, a duel to the death was on.

It was a game of cat-and-mouse. The roles of predator and prey were exchanging all the time. Rules of engagement were simple; kill the other shooter before he killed you.

The day was dawning. A final showdown was in the works. There would be no shooting in the back. The combatants met in a field of honor one last time. The leaders of Russia and Germany held their breath.

I offer my thanks to NetGalley and Harper Impulse and Killer Reads for this ARC in exchange for an unbiased review.
Natety
Possessing expert marksmanship, Yury Antonov was assigned as a Russian sniper during World War II. Considered the best of the best, Karl Meister was an elite sniper recruited by the Germans. Little did they know that destiny had set a future date for their lives to cross. They'd been given orders to terminate the other. May the better man win - live.

The snipers came from contrasting backgrounds. The German, Meister, hailed from the city and was trained by the best. Antonov, a Russian country boy had the hardwired instincts of a great hunter. They represented two opposing yet dynamic forces. When assigned the assassination, they both had twenty-three kills to their name.

Most of Stalingrad had been occupied by German forces. But to their surprise the Russians put up a fierce fight with wary street fighters on every corner. The defending Russians knew the city like the back of their hand. It was their greatest advantage.

Heated sniper rivalry was ignited from a column in the Soviet Army newspaper pitting them against each other. Both countries were depending on their local hero to boost their Army's morale. Like in ancient Roman gladiator fashion, a duel to the death was on.

It was a game of cat-and-mouse. The roles of predator and prey were exchanging all the time. Rules of engagement were simple; kill the other shooter before he killed you.

The day was dawning. A final showdown was in the works. There would be no shooting in the back. The combatants met in a field of honor one last time. The leaders of Russia and Germany held their breath.

I offer my thanks to NetGalley and Harper Impulse and Killer Reads for this ARC in exchange for an unbiased review.
Aria
This book appears to be a take on the sniper duel between Vasily Zaitsev Sniper of the Russian Army and Erwin König(?) Meistershutze (Master Sniper)of the German Army during the Battle of Stalingrad as popularized in the book and the movie "Enemy at the Gates" but widely known in stories and legends dating from said Battle of Stalingrad.
Lambert has the German sniper, Meisters, and the Russian sniper, Antonov, both 18 years olds (and basically "newbies" to both their respective Armies and the war) who can shoot accurately and think of ways to survive as a sniper. Even with these liberties the way the book ends would warm the cockles of an anti-2nd Amendment activist's and/or an anti-war fanatic's heart as both snipers "see Misha standing between them" and simultaneously drop their rifles. Oh joy, oh joy, oh frumptious day!!! I wish I hadn't bought this book saved my money and walked away....the other fiction books that covered this famous snipers' duel (and there are several) did, in my opinion, a much, much better job.
Aria
This book appears to be a take on the sniper duel between Vasily Zaitsev Sniper of the Russian Army and Erwin König(?) Meistershutze (Master Sniper)of the German Army during the Battle of Stalingrad as popularized in the book and the movie "Enemy at the Gates" but widely known in stories and legends dating from said Battle of Stalingrad.
Lambert has the German sniper, Meisters, and the Russian sniper, Antonov, both 18 years olds (and basically "newbies" to both their respective Armies and the war) who can shoot accurately and think of ways to survive as a sniper. Even with these liberties the way the book ends would warm the cockles of an anti-2nd Amendment activist's and/or an anti-war fanatic's heart as both snipers "see Misha standing between them" and simultaneously drop their rifles. Oh joy, oh joy, oh frumptious day!!! I wish I hadn't bought this book saved my money and walked away....the other fiction books that covered this famous snipers' duel (and there are several) did, in my opinion, a much, much better job.