By Katherine John
This fast moving motion mystery is a multi-layered tale that spans 8 centuries, from medieval Germany and Prussia to provide day Poland and united states established at the legend of the Amber Knight - a loved relic that encouraged generations till the Nazis stole it.
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He tossed Dunst a catalogue emblazoned with a swastika. ‘“1936 Konigsberg exhibition”,’ Dunst read. ’ He pointed to a coloured sketch of an enormous ring set with a hunk of honey-coloured, opaque amber carved into an eagle’s head. ’ ‘I take back every evil thought I’ve ever had about you. ’ ‘Probably,’ Adam agreed, with irritating complacency. ’ ‘Please, we’re the decayed branch. ’ Adam scanned a begging letter from a beleaguered museum that had lost its government funding. Binning the envelope, he tossed the letter into an empty tray before picking up another.
All that was left of two Russians were shreds of flesh and bloodstained clothing that decorated the lower branches of a conifer and the ground beneath it with gobs of glistening gore. The legless body of a third still moved, his screams muffled by the rumpus around the bunker. The Russian commander pulled his gun from his holster, aimed and fired. The mutilated body jerked once before slumping motionless. The men didn’t even glance up from the looting. To his dismay the colonel saw as many Germans as Russians and Partisans in the melee.
Nursing hangovers and bruises, the Germans stowed their booty in their pockets and rucksacks, boarded the trucks and, prepared themselves for a long, cold and uncomfortable journey west. An hour later only the major and his band of engineers were left in Hitler’s bunker city. The outlines of the towering, concrete walls softened into ghost shadows as he and his men flitted from grey mass to grey mass, checking cables, priming fuses, laying caches of high explosives, ten tons to each bunker. An hour before midnight they retreated, crawling back over the paths Hitler had trodden with his beloved dog, Blondi.
Amber Knight by Katherine John