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The book is fascinating and very well-written.
One cannot help but compare the situation with that of today....the rivlaries between the CIA and FBI and the friction between the Secretaries of State and Defense.
It's one of those books where you keep coming across events so strange you have to tell someone about them.
It really makes you think twice about our government agencies.Published 1 month ago by Ralmond Tust Jr
This is a thoroughly researched book that tells a daring story. It paints a dark picture of how the US treats people and tries to cover it up (I'm not saying that none of these... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ssc
Excellent, far better than expected! We had seen the documentary about the saboteurs on television, so we knew the story, as hard as it was to believe. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bev Thompson
Amazing story of how WWII actually occurred on America's coasts.Published 8 months ago by Barbara O. Baggott
I had heard of this but I had never read the full account of what happened. Excellent book. Worth the readPublished 12 months ago by Richard F. Smith
Not a "can't put down", but a good read. Power, lust and human weakness, broken into easily digested segments that provide that "read for 20 minutes so I can unwind... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Eclectic Solutions LLC
I had read " The Discovery " by Dan Walsh which is a novel loosely based on the story of a soldier sent to America during WWII for the purpose of sabotage by the Nazis,... Read morePublished 19 months ago by greatnannie
Excellent, interesting read. Very well told story of eight German saboteurs sent to the USA in 1942 and how they were betrayed by two of the their own. Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by mastermindquiet
Starts off with great interest, but drags later. A good read, though. Believable characters and plot. Scary to think something like this can happen on our coastline.Published on December 25, 2012 by Bernard Sloane