Extreme Justice by Vincent Green [FIRST EDITION / 1995]

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FIRST EDITION / FIRST PRINTING [1995] POCKET BOOKS

This account of the unjust execution of five German POWs is "very well-written, controversial, and disturbing" (Nelson DeMille). And its revealing portrait of U.S. and German POW camps makes for "exciting and unusual settings" (Melvin M. Belli). Based on a true story, Extreme Justice is a morally intricate and fascinating look at what happened to many German POWs in the final years and aftermath of WW2.


This account of the unjust execution of five German POWs is "very well-written, controversial, and disturbing" (Nelson DeMille). And its revealing portrait of U.S. and German POW camps makes for "exciting and unusual settings" (Melvin M. Belli). Based on a true story, Extreme Justice is a morally intricate and fascinating look at what happened to many German POWs in the final years and aftermath of WW2.  Photo inserts.