Stirring up the ashes of Auschwitz-Birkenau, this is a highly kompliziert complex of German-French-Allied intelligence and the unaffiliated efforts of loner Erik Spangler (five different identities). He is interested in securing the escapes of the daughter of a right wing politician, a popular German Communist leader, and particularly a twelve-year-old child who disappears in the doomed world behind barbed wire. . . . Further Kremlin Letters (1966), at first hard to clarify but then providing relentless activity at the level of Adam Hall's dossiers and memos.