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The Forgotten Holocaust Ben Hope #10 ❴Reading❵ ➶ The Forgotten Holocaust Ben Hope #10 Author Scott Mariani – Thomashillier.co.uk The breathtaking new adventure starring Ben HopeA lost aimless and hard drinking Ben Hope has wandered back to his old haunt in Ireland The ex SAS soldier is searching for peace but trouble soon appea The breathtaking new adventure starring Ben Holocaust Ben PDF/EPUB À HopeA lost aimless and hard drinking Ben Hope has wandered back to his old haunt in Ireland The ex SAS soldier is searching for peace but trouble soon appears when Kirsten Hall a young journalist is brutally murdered right in front of him Unable to prevent it Ben is driven by guilt to hunt down the killers All he has to go on is a handful of clues from Kirsten’s research The Forgotten MOBI :↠ – but how can the journals of Lady Stamford the wife of an English lord during the time of the Irish Great Famine have put Kirsten in mortal dangerBen’s uest for the truth leads him across the world and finally to Oklahoma USA where a deadly secret awaits What connects the journals a wealthy American politician and an intrigue surrounding the Irish famineWhat Ben uncovers is a shocking historical conspiracy linked to the deaths of some two million Forgotten Holocaust Ben PDF Ì people a veritable holocaust that time has all but forgotten Those who are still profiting from the lies and corruption of the time and who are ready to kill anyone to protect their secret are about to pay.


10 thoughts on “The Forgotten Holocaust Ben Hope #10

  1. Matt Matt says:

    After painting Ben Hope into uite the corner throughout the last novel Mariani is back with yet another instalment to the series This forces Hope to pick up the shards of his life after a few illogical decisions have tipped the scales yet again Hope is back in Ireland visiting the location of a home he once owned While there he meets an aspiring author Kristen Hall who shares some of her research Kristen explains that she is attempting to pen the first difinitive biography of prominent early feminist Lady Elizabeth Stamford Hidden within Lady Stamford’s private journals lies a secret that could change the perception of Irish history forever Hope and Kristen meet early one morning and are attacked by a crew of men leaving him in the hospital and her destined for the morgue What could these men have wanted that was so important? Might the journal truly be filled with scandalous material that someone wants destroyed?Meanwhile across the world in Tulsa Oklahoma Erin Hayes stumbles upon a group of men torturing and eventually killing a man in the cottage of her employer What is even troubling is that she recognizes the ringleader as the city’s mayor She has a copy of the murder on her cellphone and tries to approach the authorities but soon discovers that she may not be able to trust anyone around her as this mayoral gang goes all the way to the top of law enforcement Forced into hiding Erin must try to reveal what she knows which extends to something even troubling than a simple murder Back in Europe Hope tracks down some of those whom Kristen was to meet for her research He learns a great deal about the time surrounding these journals belonging to Lady Stamford and the Irish Famine of the mid 19th century Stunning revelations come to the surface during Hope’s discussion with a historian truths that turn the Potato Famine into something far sinister The research takes him to Tulsa where a number of Irish fled after supersaturating the Eastern Seaboard There Hope stumbles upon Erin and her plight learning that their two ‘missions’ are somewhat interconnected Armed with the journals and what he knows Hope must try to help Erin before they are both exterminated and a crooked politician reaps even power A great historical spin by Mariani keeps the reader curious and should appeal to fans of the series After turning his back again on all those who care about him and a journey that would surely have kept him safe from any danger Ben Hope is left unsure of himself or any choices he has made over the past few months His ever evolving character and its development becomes yet another focus in the series unable to shed the glory of his formidable past Mariani has stopped looking into Hope’s past and now seems to ask his protagonist to project his own future Using the traditional ‘hinged narrative’ of the series Hope meets and tries to help two young women with their issues tossing himself into the middle of a dangerous situation amid a slew of gunfire Still he will not back down when a damsel turns up across his path though it seems settling down with anyone in particular is out of the uestion for him The story is of interest to me positing a major rewrite from the Irish history books which might force the reader to suspend reality to a point However there is much intrigue in accepting this narrative branch off and it keeps the early part of the story alive and electrified In the latter portion of the novel the reader sees Hope dodging bullets and goons as has become his trademark where there is no lack of heroics to be had Hope strives to help and once convinced of a cause little will deter him Mariani keeps the reader intrigued with his plot twists and ongoing turns though I still wonder how the fallout of his matrimonial gamble will play out for our dear protagonist Hope seems to have thought it was a foregone conclusion that all would work in his favour though I am curious to see what Mariani has plannedKudos Mr Mariani for allowing series fans a constant rejuvenation of Ben Hope and his adventures I can only hope that you will keep the calibre this high as the series advancesLovehate the review? An ever growing collection of others appears at


  2. Kerry Kerry says:

    Another great Ben Hope adventure The body count is high though and he seems rather mercenary in this one His personal life is falling apart and he throws himself into the latest mystery based around the Irish Potato Famine with scant regard for the lives of others Despite that it’s a thrilling interesting ride as always and makes for a great read


  3. Bev Taylor Bev Taylor says:

    ex sas soldier ben hope returns to ireland to forget his troubles wishful thinking the brutal murder of a young woman plunges him into a deadly intrigue and a breathless chase across the globe a shocking historical secret buried for 150 years is about to explode and the killers will do anything to hide the truth well researched and superbly written we have a new hero in ben bev


  4. Andrea Andrea says:

    Brilliant read loved this thriller won this book on first reads well written book worth than 5


  5. Terence M (Restored Disposition ;) Terence M (Restored Disposition ;) says:

    Review to come


  6. Kate Kate says:

    I love this series Inevitably some are better than others but The Forgotten Holocaust the tenth is one of the best It could also do well as a standalone thriller Excellent


  7. SEAN SEAN says:

    Don’t get me wrong I enjoyed this book butI recently read the latest Jack Reacher book Blue Moon and I found myself not liking elements of it The way Jack indiscriminately killed people didn’t feel like the Jack Reacher I knewI felt in a similar way here about Ben Hope he just seemed to embark on a murder spree to administer his own justice Again don’t get me wrong the baddies got what they deserved but is that justice when they are simply taken out?I enjoyed the Irish history element to the story but for the above reasons I’ve lowered my rating this time round I hope it’s not a trend because it would encourage me to evaluate whether or not I continue with the series To stop now would be a shame but


  8. Robert Bradberry Robert Bradberry says:

    Who knew?What do an Irish potato famine Tulsa Oklahoma andBen Hope have in common? If you guessed The ForgottenHolocaust you nailed it Along with the five star heroics ofour heartbroken hero this is another Mariani gem


  9. Douglas Misquita Douglas Misquita says:

    Good ole Ben Hope Reliable Relatable Balanced While Jack Reacher lumbers through everything Ben Hope is in a dune buggy racing determined Scott Mariani does not overwhelm his readers with too much history or conspiracy Instead he blends it in the mixer just rightAm sure gonna read of Ben Hope My hope rides with him I want to see something great happen to him and hope he settles down contended with a nice life ahead of him That's how much I relate to the character


  10. Alan Marston Alan Marston says:

    Ben has given up all connection with his previous business as such there is no contact with Val in France whatsoever in the book The love of his life Brooke has left him He has sold his home in Ireland and it is now a hotel that he visits for a drink and yes he has hit the bottle Not an auspicious startIn a somewhat inebriated state he is unable to protect a young lady with whom he fell into an interesting conversation in which she hinted at something that she had discovered He is very lucky not to be killed himself but that escape sends him on a mission to discover what the young lady died for It is uite a sad almost melancholy start to the book but about a third of the way through the story suddenly takes off and for a while is really gripping The start of the plot centres on the potato famine in Ireland but there are significant ramifications that come about in the USA in which much of the second half of the book is setHowever the book does not hold up for me because the latter half of it involves a great deal of mayhem in which the odds are so heavily stacked against Ben that there should really be no hope not a pun of his being successful However successful he is bringing down some very important players in the arms for sale and the drugs worlds I did not feel that it was as good as some of its predecessors and I would look to see if the previous standard can be repeated


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