Black Cross - Greg Iles

Black Cross

By Greg Iles

  • Release Date: 1995-11-01
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Size: 2.12 MB
Score: 4.5
From 219 Ratings

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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Penn Cage series comes a gripping World War II thriller that “vaporizes almost every cliché about the limits of the genre...[it’s] good enough to read twice”(Kirkus Reviews).

It is January 1944—and as Allied troops prepare for D-Day, Nazi scientists develop a toxic nerve gas that will repel and wipe out any invasion force. To salvage the planned assault, two vastly different but equally determined men are sent to infiltrate the secret concentration camp where the poison gas is being perfected on human subjects. Their only objective: destroy all traces of the gas and the men who created it—no matter how many lives may be lost...including their own.


  • Black cross

    By Reads2me
    Not a wasted word. Absolutely Gripping. Don't expect to get anything done until you finish reading this book.
  • Black Cross

    By Catchbigfish
    Greg Iles is a amazing storyteller. You need to clear your calendar when you start one of his books. I have one more to read and I will have read all of them.... Can't wait for the next one.
  • Remarkable

    By Bhull344
    Literally could not put it down! By far the best book I've read all year, I just wish I had discovered it sooner. From beginning to end you are engulfed by the amazing story lines and by the time they all come together, you've said oh wow at least five times.
  • Excellent!

    By Pamela Maher
    Couldn't put this book down!
  • Great from start to finish!

    By Newcomb394
    This book is amazing to the point that you just do not want to put it down.
  • Black Cross

    By Kizzle2283
    I give this book 5 stars all day long. It keeps you wanting to keep turning the pages at breakneck speed. It was my first book read by Greg Iles and it has me searching for another by him
  • Classic

    By Mst72
    Fantastic WWII novel. One of His best.