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Who would want to assassinate the most famous hero in the world? In the summer of 1936, Charles Lindbergh borrowed a Miles Whitney Straight and flew from England to Berlin with his wife Anne Morrow Lindbergh landing at Berlins Staaken Military Airfield. He had been invited by Lufthansa to attend the Olympics but his real mission was to check out the Luftwaffe. Three most unlikely players cross paths in a conspiracy aimed at killing the Lindbergh''s and changing the course of world history: an American expatriate wanted for murder, a high-ranking officer in the Luftwaffe, and the most famous detective in Europe. Frank Heeg is a writer and photographer living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is an historian with a special interest in the Third Reich and the period leading up to World War Two.