The fight between the Nazis and the Resistance is bloodier than ever as Denmark faces the final weeks of the German occupation. It’s time to consider the aftermath of the war, and to settle some accounts, and remove the unwanted. When Sabotage Group BB hits the heart of a secret branch of the Gestapo working from a hotel in Copenhagen, they end up unleashing hell. A dirty scheme is in play. Now, they are hunted, and not only by the Nazis.
Codename Panzer is the second book in the series about Sabotage Group BB.
“Fascinating and brilliantly put together.”
Danish newspaper Politken.
“Damned good entertainment...If ‘The Informer’ was good, then ‘Codename Panzer’ is very good. It’s excitng, well written, nuanced, compelling and believable in the portrayal of Denmark 1945.”
Danish magazine Sentura.
“The very best is his depiction of the characters. Steen Langstrup notes—using his precise prose—how people change to the worse, degenerating to lesser human beings, harder and more primitive, the inhumanity of war.”
Swedish newspaper Expressen.
“He can still write the asses off most competitors and put some perspective to many happy amateurs of the genre.”
Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet.