For three years, the Nazis have held France hostage, terrorizing its citizens, and deporting Jews to work camps in the East. A company of brutal SS Panzer troops have taken over the City Hall of Caen and control the heartbeat of the city. Local bands of Resistance fighters operate in the shadows to disrupt, derail, and destroy German operations.
The OSS recruits Nick Jordan, an accomplished Yale athlete, to join an elite commando unit. He and his fellow candidates are put through a year-long training regimen at a covert base learning skills and tradecraft far beyond those of the typical soldier. Their initial mission, Operation Wolfhound, takes them into that German-held territory to seek and kill enemy forces in support of the D-Day invasion. The Nazis have never faced a weapon like Nick Jordan.
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a Fun listen
In the top 5
The argument the main character has with his parents. A Yale man and father has life planned out. A two sport athlete he wants to be a spy in OSS vs Naval intelligence. a bit over the top ( as was the whole audiobook) which made it fun like the old RKO WW2 Films
No; but he us very good. He did an excellent job of conveying emotion and speech patterns
I laughed as it reminded me of the 1940's-50's serials. A french girl, bullets flying over their heads and the evil Gremans etc.
For a war / romance novel it was great fun to listen too. I really enjoyed itI was given the book to review. The opinions are my own honest reflections of the audiobook
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