The following is a review received today for the book “Anti-Nazi Task Force Adventures” by RG Bud Phelps.
Anti-Nazi Task Force Adventures
Search for Jewish Families Stolen Art Collections (Mill Park Mystery Series) (Volume 2)
by Mr. RG Bud Phelps
Fiction – Historical – Event/Era
Reviewed on 12/15/2015
Reviewed by Gisela Dixon for Readers’ Favorite
Anti-Nazi Task Force Adventures: Search for Jewish Families Stolen Art Collections (Mill Park Mystery Series) (Volume 2) by Mr. RG Bud Phelps is a thriller about a quest for treasure and distributing it to the right people. The book is part II of the Mill Park Mystery Series and once again chronicles the adventures of Reg Philso and George Cornelli. This book starts where the previous one left off. The opening scene is a meeting in the home of Kistur Grey Sr., which includes members of the surviving Jewish and gypsy families and the task force given the duty of distributing the treasure. The team’s collaboration with the Nuremberg Police Department in their fight against Neo-Nazis and skinheads is explored. This race and the fight of the Anti-Nazi Task Force take them across various places in Europe and form the plot of the novel. Interwoven in this adventurous race are the love stories of Reg and George as well.
Anti-Nazi Task Force Adventures by Mr. RG Bud Phelps is an exciting, thrilling read that reminded me of the older classic novels such as Treasure Island. The subject matter and plot are woven superbly into the events that happened during World War II and lend a nice touch of authenticity to the novel. The treasure and its distribution is doubtless exciting and would appeal to readers of any age. I enjoyed all of the characters in the book and the writing style is simple and direct, which makes it a fast and fun read. All in all, I enjoyed this novel and would recommend it to anyone interested in a thrilling, adventurous tale that takes them across many cities and even continents.