The Viennese Ring

Published: 10. april 1997 - Publisher: Borgens Forlag - Pages: 224

Not published in English

Racial riots, assassinations and arson are everyday events in the European Union, where nations are crumbling as a result the influx of refugees, social instability and unemployment. The time has come for the Wiener Ring. The secret Nazi organization is responsible for acts of terror in several countries and has paved its way towards political and economic power without being noticed. Their aim is a closed Europe for the chosen ones. 

Working undercover in the neo-Nazi groups of Berlin, a female agent from the intelligence service suddenly has access to top secret documents. Information that could expose the Wiener Ring, overturn the government – and cost her life.

On the coast of Danish island Anholt, five amateur divers are salvaging a treasure from a sunken Nazi submarine from the Second World War. Thus, they are unintentionally drawn into the fatal drama when faced with Nazis from the Wiener Ring.

 “The Wiener Ring” is Jensen's first novel.

The Viennese Ring

Reviews

Everything we expect

A fine debut novel that has everything we expect from a thriller.


A touch of McLean

There is a touch of Alistair McLean in “The Wiener Ring” – as well as several beginner’s errors. On the other hand, this book has so much energy and power that it is fair to expect more from Jens Henrik Jensen in the future.


Jensen is serious

Jens Henrik Jensen is among the authors who take this genre and its rules seriously. We look forward to more thrills from Esbjerg…


What do the readers say?

I think it is an okay debut. Not as good as the later Jensen - but you sense a bright future.
Anne T. on Jensens website

Felt entertained. Can easily recognize JH Jensen, even though he is in an other leaque today.
Lars Hansen, Facebook

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