BlurbFatherland is a best-selling 1992 thriller by the English writer and journalist Robert Harris. It takes the form of a detective story in an alternative history in which Nazi Germany won World War II. The lead protagonist is an SS officer investigating a murder of a Nazi government official who was one of the participants at the Wannsee Conference. In so doing, he discovers a plot to eliminate all attendees to help Germany gain better political accommodations with the United States.
The novel was an immediate best-seller in the UK. It has sold over three million copies and has been translated into 25 languages.