In the dark world of political assassinations, 17F has become code for ruthless efficiency. He stopped Admiral Darlan and General Bock from forging a dangerous alliance in Operation Armada.
Now he must do the unthinkable: save the life of Adolph Hitler to ensure an Allied victory. A stunning young German woman holds the key to solving the enigma of Parsifal, but she may be a double-agent working for the psychopathic diamond billionaire Wolfgang Krupp.
17F must resist her seductive allure, or risk the worst-case scenario: a Nazi victory.
©2014 Damian Stevenson (P)2014 Damian Stevenson
I would recommend this book to someone who is interested in military of the 30's and 40's.
I liked Ian Fleming the best. Having listened to the first book I was interested to see what his next adventure would be.
I really enjoyed the last scene between Ian and Anne and their plans for the future. Even tho this is fiction, it was nice to see how James Bond could have come to life.
The Ian Fleming Files: Operation Parsifal is book 2 in the series. These fictionalized accounts of Fleming's time as a spy for her majesty are very interesting. You can see hints of what would later become the character James Bond 007.
Mr. Farrell continues to impress me with his narration. I really enjoyed how he made each character and scene real. His narration added to Mr. Stevenson's novel.
Another delightful entry in `The Ian Fleming Files' series. This one works as a breezy entertainment but also has a lot on its mind. Biographical details are peppered throughout the narrative but never get in the way of the plot which moves fast but always remains credible.. Excellent audiobook. The narrator did an excellent job.
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