The Quest for Anna Klein by Thomas H Cook

The Quest for Anna Klein - book cover

The question was never whether she would live or die, for that had been decided long ago.


Anna Klein's story
- "They are the paintings of someone struggling to live. A painter rushed... by hunger. Were you hungry when you painted them, mein Fuhrer?"

Thomas Danforth's story
- "No. No, I want you to find out what you can about where she is right now. Whether she's still in custody. Whether she's alive or dead."

Robert Clayton's story
- "All your travels, the nature of your business, your command of several languages. It struck me last night at Delmonico's that you'd be the perfect man for a secret mission."

Ted Bannion's story
- "One way or the other, we're going to die, Anna and I. We'll both have cyanide in case we're captured. Maybe this was always the plan for us."