Thunder Point by Jack Higgins
1945. The day before Hitler commits suicide, he arranges for Nazi leader Martin Bormann to flee to South America in a German U-boat.
1992. Terrorist Sean Dillon is saved from a Yugoslavian firing squad--if he agrees to help the British government retrieve the long-lost documents of Martin Bormann. The wreck of Bormann's U-boat has been discovered in the Caribbean, along with a secret list of Nazi sympathizers. The names include high-level citizens from the U.S. and Great Britain--and may implicate the Duke of Windsor himself. The evidence lies in a watertight briefcase on the bottom of the sea. And the desperate search to find it will send shockwaves across the world...
The Old House at Railles by Mary E. Pearce
A tale of suppressed passions, set in mid-19th-century rural Gloucestershire. The gifted son of an impoverished stonemason is educated at the home of John Tarrant, and is captivated by his lovely old house and his two beautiful daughters.
Honour Among Thieves by Jeffrey Archer
Spring 1994, Washington, D.C. - While the Clinton Administration grapples with its domestic policies, a sinister plot is being masterminded six thousand miles away in Baghdad. By using $100 million as bait and spinning a deadly web of corruption, forgery, and terror, Saddam Hussein seeks to embarrass the U.S. with the ultimate revenge: to steal a treasured historical document and then destroy it before the world's media - on July 4, 1994.
As the countdown to Independence Day begins, two agents stand in the way of his nearly flawless plan: Scott Bradley, a rising star in the CIA who is desperate to prove his patriotism, and Hannah Kopec, the stunning Mossad operative who has already lost so much that she fears nothing and trusts no one. Their unrelenting quest to prevent what would undoubtedly be the most humiliating day in U.S. history takes them across four continents and climaxes in a dramatic, triple-twist ending.
Night of Reunion by Michael Allegretto
A gripping suspense story that's a real page-turner. The insane killer of Alex's first wife and child has escaped and is now stalking Alex, his new wife Sarah, and their son Brian. Their partially renovated old home becomes the scene of many unexplained events as the story races through several encounters with the psychopathic Christine. Some scenes, such as one on a roof, may seem vaguely familiar to readers, and extraneous descriptions seem calculated to fill pages. However, the characters are well developed, and Brian is a particularly likable child. This is a thriller, but it's not comparable to books by Mary Higgins Clark.