Winner Lose All
William F. Brown
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Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM By William F. Brown

As WW II grinds to an end in the rubble of Nazi Germany, all eyes turn to the next cold one The Americans, the Russians, and the British know the future belongs to whomever can grab Hitler s new rockets, jet fighters, and wonder weapons, because they will shape the balance of world power for decades to come Old enemies are tomorrow s allies, old friends can no longerAs WW II grinds to an end in the rubble of Nazi Germany, all eyes turn to the next cold one The Americans, the Russians, and the British know the future belongs to whomever can grab Hitler s new rockets, jet fighters, and wonder weapons, because they will shape the balance of world power for decades to come Old enemies are tomorrow s allies, old friends can no longer be trusted, and lies and double dealing are the norm in this spy vs spy thriller Caught in the cross fire is the torrid but impossible romance between Ed Scanlon, a brilliant American OSS agent and Hanni Steiner, the gritty, street smart leader of the communist resistance cell in Leipzig They find themselves on opposite ends of a tug of war over the plans for Germany s revolutionary Me 262 jet fighter that is now sweeping the skies of American B 17s To succeed, Ed and Hanni must not only outwit each other, they must stay one step ahead of Otto Dietrich, the sadistic Gestapo Chief of Leipzig, who has plans of his own for the jet fighter plans, and Scanlon s perfidious British handlers who suddenly have an agenda of their own The stakes could not be higher Driven by the uncompromising dictates of Josef Stalin, Lavrenti Beria, Allen Dulles, Heinrich Himmler, and Winston Churchill, they must succeed or die, and the winner will indeed lose all Combining the best of World War II historical fiction, action adventure, and romance, this fast paced spy thriller will resonate.From an author with over 500 Five Star Ratings, if you like Aim True, My Brothers, you will like Burke s Gamble, Burke s War, and The Undertaker, my contemporary suspense novels or Amongst My Enemies, Winner Lose All, and Thursday at Noon, my Cold War trilogy of spy vs spy espionage thrillers Pick up a copy here or on their Kindle Pages
  • Title: Winner Lose All
  • Author: William F. Brown
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  • Page: 224
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Scott K Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
A big disappointment. I was truly hoping to enjoy but it is simply boring. Very little dialogue, no suspense, just a bunch of blah. I'm frustrated that I spent so much time hoping it improve only to see the dribble of dribble continue. A more appropriate tile might be 'Reader Loose All'
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Michelle Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
Good bookYou people should just read this book yourselves and write your own review on this novel yourself and I really enjoyed reading this book very much so. Shelley MA
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Grady Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
‘Why is it that the next war always begins before the corpse of the last one is even cold?’Florida author William F. Brown has penned eight suspense novels and four award-winning screenplays. His specialty is thriller stories that step into the arena of espionage – a very popular topic at this particular time. William is a native of Chicago, received undergraduate and graduate degrees from The University of Illinois, and served as a Company Commander in the US Army. He then raveled widely [...]
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Star Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
‘Winner Lose All’ starts near the close of World War 2. The Allies were in a race to extricate military intelligence and German scientists before one of the others could spirit them away. Ed Scanlon came to Leipzig, Germany, an OSS agent working with the British. There he met the leader of the communist resistance, Hanni Steiner, and fell in love even though he knew better than to trust anyone. When Scanlon was taken by the Gestapo in Leipzig and tortured for information, he took longer than [...]
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Stanley McShane Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
I thoroughly enjoyed this thriller taking place near the end of the war, when I'm sure it was true that no one wanted to be on the casualty list that close to going home. Ed Scanlon is not exactly hero material, but is thrust into the role of espionage agent in Leipzig where he meets Communist cell resistance leader, Hanni Steiner. Theirs is an impossible relationship, but seals shortly before he is captured and tortured by the local Gestapo chief. Rescued and sent back to England to recover dev [...]
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Robert A. Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
Winner Lose All is a terrific read. It is a suspense spy novel set at the end fo WWII, but it is also the story of a tortured love affair, an impossible affair between a Communist resistence fighter and an American OSS operative. But the heart does not listern to reason. Conflicting ideologies interplay in desperate attempts by each to obtain the secrets of the Nazi super weapons and capture the scientists that designed them. He who has them will be the global power.This is a riviting, fast-movi [...]
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Christoph Fischer Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
"Winner Lose All" by William F. Brown is a historical thriller set during the end and in the aftermath of WWII. It focuses on the myth of super weapons that floated around that time and handles the controversial issue of those German scientists who after the war were given new identities by the Allies and used for their knowledge despite their Nazi past.Using American spy Ed Scanlon as protagonist the story moves at a fast pace with great suspense. The plot is quite evolved and offers a lot of h [...]
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Al Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
Winner Lose All is an entertaining and engrossing combination of suspense and cold war spy thriller set in a period of history that I don’t know much about. Figures and events, both real and imagined, form the story which is the essence of historical fiction. The historical aspect of the book set it apart from my typical reading fare. Both the different time and places (primarily Germany and Russia immediately before and in the aftermath of WWII) were new settings for me and added to the uniqu [...]
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Trish Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
William Brown Excels at WWII Historical FictionMy first read from this author was "Amongst My Enemies" and I was hooked. It was movie-worthy. "Winner Lose All" may be even better. Brown's characters are always well rounded, fully fleshed out and this time, he has given me TWO characters to absolutely detest! I also didn't like the leading male character at the beginning but the author is able to manipulate the reader's opinions. I love Brown's war fiction the best, even though some of his books [...]
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Pat Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
This was a real gem, especially for a Book Bub freebie. I am not generally a huge fan of WWII era espionage thrillers, but this one kept my interest throughout and was a page-turner. The romance angle was well written, although I thought the set-up in Part One could have used a bit more work ( i.e. too much on the romance and not enough narrative on the activities that brought Scanlon to Leipzig in the first place. Other than that, and a few minor grammatical and typographical issues, bravo to t [...]
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Clark Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
Spy novels don't get any better than this. Set at the end of of WWII, the story tells the tale of the efforts of various countries to obtain the German scientists who developed the jet plane and use them for their country. The author has done considerable research and cleverly intertwined the political situation at the time with both fictitious and real characters to make the entire story both plausible and believable. Read it. You won't be disappointed.
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Larry Brasington Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
Great story, well written, a page turner. I had to sit down and finish the book. Reminded me of Jack Higgins book when you get to the last 50 pages you have to finish. I enjoy World War 2 stories and the Cold War.
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Blaine Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
I suppose I'm biased because the author is my father, but I really liked this story. WWII spy thrillers are not my usual read, but this one has a great lead character, a great villain, and a very suspenseful plot. You should totally buy this book for you and all of your friends!
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Jodi Harrington Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
I found on Bookbub and purchased it because it was cheap and looked iteresting.I found this book on Bookbub and purchased it because it looked interesting a.nd was cheap. I re ad it and it was good.
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Harold Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
Really a good book. Not just another warmed over WWII story. This story takes a lot of twists and turns. Just when I think I see where the it's going, it takes off in another direction. Very well done.
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Loren Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
Another great novel from William F. Brown. The characters are interesting and believable, and the plot is fast-paced and exciting.
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Bill Donhiser Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
A good spy/suspense novel. Set during WW2 and Cold War it is well written and fun to read. I am looking forward to more from this author.
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torque Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
Meh. Not bad, but not great either. The story didn't really grab me and I didn't really connect with the characters.
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Eric Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
It was ok, sort of like Tom Clancy Lite set in WWII. The romance parts were a bit over the top, but the characters surprisingly grew on me. Can't complain, it was free on kindle.
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Joel Ungar Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
Formulaic but a goods read.
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Chaplain Stanleigh Chapin Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
Great story for someone who lived through t timeThere were many actual points of interest in the description of various locations as well as events that meshed very well
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Layne Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
Great book. Well written. Author drives the action all the way to the end. Excellent story.
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Mike Fordice Jul 09, 2020 - 05:30 AM
If you're interested in WWII, this book is for you.
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Winner Lose All By William F. Brown As WW II grinds to an end in the rubble of Nazi Germany, all eyes turn to the next cold one The Americans, the Russians, and the British know the future belongs to whomever can grab Hitler s new rockets, jet fighters, and wonder weapons, because they will shape the balance of world power for decades to come Old enemies are tomorrow s allies, old friends can no longerAs WW II grinds to an end in the rubble of Nazi Germany, all eyes turn to the next cold one The Americans, the Russians, and the British know the future belongs to whomever can grab Hitler s new rockets, jet fighters, and wonder weapons, because they will shape the balance of world power for decades to come Old enemies are tomorrow s allies, old friends can no longer be trusted, and lies and double dealing are the norm in this spy vs spy thriller Caught in the cross fire is the torrid but impossible romance between Ed Scanlon, a brilliant American OSS agent and Hanni Steiner, the gritty, street smart leader of the communist resistance cell in Leipzig They find themselves on opposite ends of a tug of war over the plans for Germany s revolutionary Me 262 jet fighter that is now sweeping the skies of American B 17s To succeed, Ed and Hanni must not only outwit each other, they must stay one step ahead of Otto Dietrich, the sadistic Gestapo Chief of Leipzig, who has plans of his own for the jet fighter plans, and Scanlon s perfidious British handlers who suddenly have an agenda of their own The stakes could not be higher Driven by the uncompromising dictates of Josef Stalin, Lavrenti Beria, Allen Dulles, Heinrich Himmler, and Winston Churchill, they must succeed or die, and the winner will indeed lose all Combining the best of World War II historical fiction, action adventure, and romance, this fast paced spy thriller will resonate.From an author with over 500 Five Star Ratings, if you like Aim True, My Brothers, you will like Burke s Gamble, Burke s War, and The Undertaker, my contemporary suspense novels or Amongst My Enemies, Winner Lose All, and Thursday at Noon, my Cold War trilogy of spy vs spy espionage thrillers Pick up a copy here or on their Kindle Pages

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