The Self-publishing Review: Duty and Betrayal: The SSBrotherhood and the NASA Connection by Toby Oliver is a riveting Cold War-era spythriller in which former Nazi spies, American and British spies, a sultrydouble agent, and other intriguing characters are bent on righting the wrongsof the past, while trying to protect their countries in the present, many withconflicting objectives. Non-fiction from this era often-times reads like spyfiction - for example, The ZimmermanTelegram by Barbara Tuchman. Oliver reaches those sorts of heights withthis novel, but he playfully adds enough double crosses to satisfy any thrillerreader, while still retaining an authentic depiction of the time. Duty andBetrayal will have you continually trying to guess at people's motivations.
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Winston Churchill, speech at Zurich University.