Summary

A long-buried and shocking secret has been uncovered. In 1940, President Roosevelt and Canada's Mackenzie King secretly agreed to abandon the Allies and make peace with Hitler if the Nazis successfully invaded Britain.
Decades later, Soviet agents are ready to use this information to shatter the NATO alliance and use the ensuing geopolitical chaos to strengthen their position in Europe. Only one man stands in their way. Tadeusz Anders - half Polish, half English and totally professional - plunges into a series of cruel and violent manoeuvers to combat the cold-blooded operatives of the KGB.
©1974 Ted Allbeury (P)2015 Isis Publishing Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By Burke Morton on 26-07-17

Taut, not overwrought story, beautifully performed

Excellent, increasingly character-driven story with excellent plotting--highlights the human toll exacted in the intelligence business.

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